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The Aug/Sept ABA Membership Prize is a 3-Night Stay at Casa de San Pedro

joinstarThroughout the year, the ABA has been holding prize drawings for those who join, renew, gift a membership, or recruit new members into the organization. The July winners of the two sets of ABA State Field Guides were John Mitchell of Philadelphia, PA and Bill Lambert & Alexandra McQuade of Fort Wayne, IN. If you did not win, but would like to purchase any of the state field guides, Buteo Books offers ABA members a 10% discount.

So, here we are halfway through the year, and it’s time to announce the next prize. Everyone who joins the ABA, renews their membership, extends their membership, gifts a membership, or recruits a new member through September 30, 2016 will be entered into a drawing for a 3-night stay at the spectacular Casa de San Pedro in southern Arizona! While there, you will be treated to a day of birding with Naturalist Journeys and fine dining at Café Roka in Bisbee, AZ and Pizzeria Mimosa in Hereford, AZ.

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You will spend three nights at Casa de San Pedro…

 

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…exploring the grounds and swimming.

 

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You will find amazing birds of southeastern Arizona like the Lucifer Hummingbird, with Naturalist Journeys.

 

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You will dine where … unique flavor combinations, a focus on locally sourced ingredients and a passion for the sublime make Café Roka a Bisbee staple…

 

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…and at Pizzeria Mimosa in Hereford, AZ, truly a Neapolitan dining experience, dedicated to serving you the freshest, most authentic Neapolitan Pizza this side of the Mediterranean.

Links to learn more about the prize sponsors:
Casa de San Pedro (3-night stay)
www.bedandbirds.com

Naturalist Journeys (1 day tour with lunch)
www.naturalistjourneys.com

Café Roka ($50 certificate)
www.caferoka.com

Pizzeria Mimosa ($50 certificate)
www.pizzeriamimosa.com

 

See rules: ABA Membership Drawing Rules

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David Hartley

David Hartley

Membership Development at American Birding Association
David has been a member of the ABA staff since 2003. He plays an integral part in many facets of the organization, including membership services, database management, and web development. David has been birding for over 25 years, and loves working with the ABA to build the birding community and its conservation impact. He lives in Davis, CA with his daughter Mia.
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