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February 13 2011 Mexico Newsletter

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Military Macaws at El Mirador del Aguila
Military macaws are one of only two species of macaws that occur in Mexico. Viewing them in the wild allows one to experience their grandeur and true essence. El Mirador del Aguila in Nayarit is one of the best remaining locations in Mexico to see them in their natural environment.

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Who are the Raramuri and what are they famous for?

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El Chepe is the nickname for the Ferrocarril Chihuahua Pacifico which is also called the Copper Canyon Railway. Going from Los Mochis to Chihuahua and passing through 86 tunnels and the canyons of the Barranca del Cobre/Copper Canyon, it is considered to be one of the world's most scenic railway journeys.

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