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Seven more Wisconsin communities earn recognition as "Bird Cities"

Madison, Superior, Eau Claire among those saluted

9:20 AM, Aug. 15, 2013

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Seven more Wisconsin communities statewide are being recognized as "Bird Cities" for their long-term commitment to working with residents to make their neighborhoods a better place for people, birds and other wildlife.

The seven communities gaining Bird City status range from Madison, the state's second largest city, to the village of De Soto along the Mississippi River, which has a population of 289 people. Other communities receiving recognition are Superior, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Rapids, Two Rivers and the village of Maple Bluff.

With these additional communities, Wisconsin now ...

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