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Old 01-23-2013, 07:52 PM   #52
SkizzMan
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Originally Posted by slowoldguy View Post
That Reserva Biosphera el cielo has piqued my interest for a long time. I am gonna put some adv and google-fu on it and see what I can find.

I have an older state map which shows some roads across. Hmmmmm.

Well, waddya know? While staying in Parras de la Fuente the other night I befriended Josť Luis Manzano who works in the Biosfera de la Cielo as a wildlife preservationist. Mostly protecting the native parrot species. Knows the Biosfera like the back of his hand. A venture through this area could well begin with a map and Jose Luis to mark it up for us.

And I agree with Sjoerd in that there's no reason to avoid Cd. Vic.
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