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National Geographic's BioBlitz Closing Ceremony
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When: 5/1/2010
11:00 AM
Where: Biscayne National Park
9700 SW 328 Street
Homestead, Florida  33033
United States
Contact: Gary Bremen, Park Ranger, Biscayne National Park

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Endangered World Text
Display your flag at BioBlitz on May 1st
Get Ready for BioBlitz 2010!
BioBlitz 2010
This Spring, Biscayne National Park, in conjunction with National Geographic, hosts BioBlitz, a 24- hour species count of as many living things as possible. Join renowned scientists in documenting the park's biological heritage, participate in the Endangered World, the largest outdoor art installation in the park's history, join in the Celebrate Biodiversity Festival, and lots more!

Biscayne National Park
As the largest marine park in the National Park System, Biscayne National Park protects mangrove forests, clear bay waters, the northernmost Florida Keys and a portion of the world's third-largest coral reef.

Endangered World: 360 Eco-Actions
In creating the 360 flags for the mile- long installation at Biscayne National Park, 360 participants committed to engage in 360 eco-actions in support of their 360 "adopted" endangered animals.
Dear fellow Endangered World flag makers:

We need to get about a dozen of our 360 "Endangered World: Biscayne National Park Installation" flag makers to participate in the BioBlitz closing ceremonies at the park. See: yourpark/endangered-world- biscayne-national-park.htm.

Basically, we will use these 12 to highlight the entire project, asking them to parade in as we mention their name and ecoaction as a source of inspiration for others. Read the 360 eco-actions at EW_BNP_ecoactions

BNP's Gary Bremen will select the 12 based on diversity of ecoactions and longitudes, They would need to be available from about 11 am to 1 pm on Saturday May 1, and will need to allow travel time on the shuttle out to the park.

Those interested in participating, please contact Mr. Bremen directly either by email ( or by phone (305-230-1144, x007).

Gary Bremen Park Ranger Biscayne National Park 9700 SW 328 Street Homestead, Florida 33033 305-230-1144, x007 (voice) 305-230-1190 (fax)

Endangered World at BioBlitz
DATE: May 1, 2010
TIME: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
LOCATION: Biscayne National Park
MORE: 9700 SW 328 Street, Homestead Florida
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Thanks for all your work in helping create this beautiful eco-art installation. I hope to see you on May 1st at the Park. Again, please reach out to Gary Bremen by email ( or by phone (305-230-1144, x007) to coordinate your participation.


Xavier Cortada
Endangered World

FIU College of Architecture + The Arts

Xavier Cortada
Florida International University
College of Architecture + The Arts
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 430
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Xavier Cortada's participatory art practice is based at Florida International University.


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