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18 August 1999 Issue

Friends Flock to Bluebirds
By Jane Ciabattari

From Parade's Special Intelligence Report
Sunday, August 15, 1999

The campaign to bring back our dwindling bluebird population received a big lift in May, when a PARADE article inspired 93,000 readers to ask how they could help with the Transcontinental Bluebird Trail -- a network of nesting boxes across the U.S. and Canada, to be monitored by volunteers.

If you'd like to join the effort, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

North American Bluebird Society
PO Box 74
Dept. P
Darlington, Wisconsin 53530

or visit: www.nabluebirdsociety.org
North American Bluebird Society NABS Home Page

You'll get diagrams to build a nesting box and information on starting a trail.

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