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Community recognized by Bird City Wisconsin
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MONROE - Bird City Wisconsin awarded recognition to Monroe, along with two other Wisconsin communities, for their long-term commitment to working with residents to make their neighborhoods a better place for people, birds and other wildlife.

The addition of Monroe to the Bird City program, along with the City of Princeton and the Village of River Hills, brings the state total to 54.

Participating in Bird City Wisconsin results in improved habitat conditions for breeding and migrating birds; sound management of urban forests; reduced hazards for birds; improved public understanding and appreciation of birds and their needs; broad recognition of International Migratory Bird Day and the annual life-cycle of neo-tropical migrant birds; active and coordinated engagement in conservation activities by organizations, individuals, schools, local government, and businesses; and a strong sense of community pride in its conservation accomplishments and ethic.

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