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"We sing the same song," reads the message accompanying the image of a cardinal on one of a series of Valentines Day e-cards, available free in English or Spanish, from www.fws.gov/letsgooutside, a Web site of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Credit: USFWS

We Sing the Same Song, Valentine

What better time than Valentine's Day to fall in love with nature? This year, you can share your ardor for the out–of–doors via e–cards, available for free in English or Spanish, from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Visit the "Let's Go Outside" Web site at http://www.fws.gov/letsgooutside/, which is meant to help families make a lasting connection to nature.

The cards suitable for emailing to a friend, relative or sweetheart, depict wildlife favorites found on National Wildlife Refuges, such as bald eagles and moose. Valentine's Day messages inscribed on the cards play on the animal images.

Cantamos la misma canciĆ³n — I think we sing the same song — chirps a bright red male cardinal on one of the cards. Eres incredible — I think you're awesome — is the message with a picture of a bull moose.

Pick your favorite image, fill in the email address and then click send!


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