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National Puerto Rican Day Parade, Celebrating the Natural Beauty of Puerto Rico

The Sierra Club this weekend helped celebrate the natural beauty of Puerto Rico at the 54th annual National Puerto Rican Day Parade. The Sierra Club float, complete with the mountains of El Yunque National Forest, costumed leatherback turtles and other “animals” helped lead the parade, giving the millions of attendees a glimpse of the important natural treasures unique to Puerto Rico. 

 Be sure to check out the photos from the parade here



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