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Parrots At Play Annouces Its Annual Calendar Photo Contest

Enter your parrot for a chance to be in 2009 Calendar

Jessica Pineda

Enter your parrot for the annual Parrots At Play Calendar Photo Contest for 2009, which runs from February 1 to June 30, 2008. The Parrots At Play Calendar is a fund-raising program that benefits nonprofit avian organizations. All net proceeds are donated to help birds. 12 entries will be selected in July for publication in the 2009 Parrots At Play Calendar, which will be available for sale September 2008.

Entries should be high resolution for printing and e-mailed in digital jpeg format to photocontest@parrots-at-play.org or mailed on CD to Photo Contest, Parrots At Play Calendar Program, P.O. Box 943, Lakeville, MA 02347. Contest rules and program details are available at www.parrots-at-play.org.


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