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3-City Spotlight

We’ve got just the ticket to help you plan your next trip

By Crystal Apilado

Making travel plans and need some advice of what to visit? Travelers with their eyes set on Denver, Colo., Portland, Ore., and Pittsburgh, Pa., are in luck. Find out where you can get a souvenir for your bird or take a tour of an aviary. Enjoy a taste of a city original while visiting popular must-see attractions. If you’re heading off to the National Cage Bird show this November, take time to discover Denver’s hidden gems. Or  kayak through Pittsburgh, or travel down the Lewis and Clark Expedition Trail in Portland. It all awaits you.

Explore the Mile High City’s many local treasures. If you left your car at home, Denver has a light-rail transit system and a free bus service to help you get around.

**For the full article, pick up the September 2007 issue of BIRD TALK**

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