Date: 1/31/18 9:32 am From: David Sarkozi <david...> Subject: [texbirds] Programs Available
I have some new programs available to give to groups. I'm open to giving these programs most anywhere in Texas and even nearby states (lets say a 250-400 mile limit for out of state). If your group would like me to give a program direct message me or email me at <david...> I know many groups map their programs out for a year at a time. I can often give a program with a fairly short notice since these programs are ready to go so I can fill if you have a cancellation.
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