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Nature Packs available from Bemidji Parks and Rec

The Bemidji Parks and Recreation department is now offering Nature Packs which include bird pocket guides, birding checklists for both Itasca and Lake Bemidji State Parks, a bird house craft, nature journal, pack of colored pencils, compass and bug net.

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BEMIDJI — The Bemidji Parks and Recreation department is now offering Nature Packs which include bird pocket guides, birding checklists for both Itasca and Lake Bemidji State Parks, a bird house craft, nature journal, pack of colored pencils, compass and bug net.

Packs can be purchased for $20 online at www.ci.bemidji.mn.us or picked up at the Tourist Information Center. For more information, contact (218) 333-1862.

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