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Tabling with Tucson Audubon this Spring

Constructing Lucy's Warbler nestboxes at the Pima County Fair Tucson Audubon has had a great season of tabling at a variety of in-person events around Southeast Arizona recently. We are reaching more people than ever before, sharing a love for birds and inspiring people to get involved in protecting them. Of course, we couldn’t possibly have had this kind of impact without our dedicated volunteers—thank you! Here are some highlights. Tucson Festival of Books For the first time in two years the Tucson Festival of Books was back in-person at the University of Arizona, and Tucson Audubon joined hundreds of other vendors and organizations to greet the eager crowds! Over the course of the two days, two thousand visitors stopped by our booth to learn about their avian neighbors, how to make their gardens friendlier to wildlife, and how to get involved in and support Tucson Audubon. One lucky visitor even went home with a new pair of binoculars as part of a raffle. In addition to our main

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