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Purple Martin Conservation Association, Erie, United States

The PMCA is a non profit conservation organization focused on aiding martins and their landlords through research, education, and conservation efforts. Seeing Purple Martins fill the skies so that you, I, and future generations can attract, manage, and enjoy a colony of North America's most beneficial songbird is our only goal. To help us reach that goal we have scores of programs and projects in place. However, to continue to fund and expand them, we need your help. The Purple Martin Conservation Association is the only organization devoted exclusively to the scientific study of Purple Martins, their biology, and habitat requirements. Since our formation in 1987, we've spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on research, education, and on developing and improving products for martin conservation. We are a non-profit, tax-exempt organization and 85% of the money we generate through memberships and sales of martin products is used for educational programs, conservation projects, and scientific research. We are affiliated with the Edinboro University of Pennsylvania through its Department of Continuing Education. Since you are interested in attracting martins and becoming a better landlord, we ask you to become a member of the PMCA, too. Your support will enable us to expand our research, as well as provide you with the many benefits described throughout the website, including a subscription to our quarterly membership magazine, the Purple Martin Update. Your support will also allow us to add to the array of martin conservation and education products we've developed and described throughout this website. Purple Martins need your help. We need your help. Won't you please join us? 301 Peninsula Dr 16505 Erie United States Call: (814) 833-7656
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Purple Martin Conservation Association, Erie, United States

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Found: 19.07.2015

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