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Nature Conservancy Canada
Thank you for the generous grant from the Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal Welfare Foundation.

Thank you for the generous grant from the Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal Welfare Foundation. Your support in 2013 is greatly appreciated. 

As discussed, designation of the grant is pending. I hope you will allow me to direct your gift to the Leblanc Project in Rice Lake Plains. The Leblanc Project is a highest priority for wildlife - grassland birds in particular, including several bird species at risk, as well as Eastern Hog-nosed Snake.

We are so proud to have your support as we strive to conserve Canada's natural heritage. Once again, thank you so much for your generosity.

Yours in conservation,

 

 

James Duncan
Vice President , Ontario
Nature Conservancy Canada

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