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Monte Vista Crane Festival

March 6, 2020 - March 8, 2020

Join us at the Monte Vista Crane Festival, Mar 6-8, 2020!

There will be crane viewing tours, special tour site locations, art & crafts for sale, family fun, nature films, guest speakers. All are welcome! Art & Craft show starts at 10 a.m. on Friday. Morning tours at about 7 a.m. each morning.

Stop by our information booth and say “hi” and meet Emily Chavez, our Private Lands Wildlife Biologist for the San Luis Valley region.

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Details

Start:
March 6, 2020
End:
March 8, 2020
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Website:
https://mvcranefest.org/

Organizer

Monte Vista Crane Festival
Phone:
719-289-7522
Email:
mvcranefest@gmail.com
Website:
https://mvcranefest.org/

Venue

Alamosa, CO
Alamosa, Colorado 81132 + Google Map
Phone:
719-289-7522
Website:
https://mvcranefest.org/

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