Saturday, September 25, 2010

Fly to Help Wildlife Recovery Efforts

Photo Credit: NWRA

Southwest Airlines and the National Wildlife Refuge Association have teamed up to aid wildlife recovery efforts in the Gulf of Mexico.  For every EarlyBird Check-In purchased from September 21-October 4, Southwest will donate $1 (up to $100,000) to the NWRA.  EarlyBird Check-In is a $10 one-way convenience fare that allows you to skip the lines and board early -- a great way for travelers to beat the hassle of boarding positions and fighting for overhead bin space.

The NWRA is an independent non-profit organization designed to preserve and protect our wildlife and ecology.  Since the BP oil spill, the NWRA has been at the Gulf of Mexico to help the efforts and educate lawmakers and the public about funding for wildlife conservation projects.  To learn more or to take action, visit their website.

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