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Joe Early, Native American Liaison, Region 2, USFWS

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced the 2011 Partners in Conservation Awards to 17 organizations who have achieved exemplary conservation results with community engagement and local partnerships. This year's awards recognize more than 500 individuals from all 50 states and include representatives from tribes, local communities and states, other federal agencies, business and industry, nonprofit institutions, and private landowners. The awards also include 150 outstanding Department of the Interior employees, who are helping to advance important conservation initiatives.


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By: Terry Stevens, Liberty Wildlife Operations Director

You're heading to your favorite restaurant with your favorite dinner in mind. You've been waiting for hours and you're beginning to salivate like Pavlov's dog. You round the corner and – they're closed! They changed their hours and you missed it! So, you go home hungry and have a sandwich of dubious nutritional value.


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By: Greg Martin, Medical Services Volunteer

Liberty's education birds are creatures of natural symbolism. Eagles evoke power and majesty. They are emblems of national pride and martial prowess. Falcons epitomize speed and grace, polished efficiency in its purest form. Hawks represent vigilance and determination, watching for the slightest sign of movement amongst their prey, ready to pounce with a kind of honed ability that most of us can't even fathom. Owls are often seen as the bearers of wisdom, being stoic as they are, perched in twilight and dominating the night.

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By: Claudia Kirscher, Volunteer

Arizona lies on the western slope of the Continental Divide, and all of its rivers flow toward the Pacific. Most of them run west/southwest; none to the east; but three flow north/northwest: the San Pedro, Santa Cruz, and Little Colorado. This month, we are exploring the San Pedro River.

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By: Carol Suits, Volunteer Coordinator

Kid-friendly websites for info on Ravens and migration Season-Check them out!

Migration Season-Word Find

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