Enjoyed #FLOmingos On Parade? Watch this video to relive that amazing feat at Bidwell Parkway!
This video is made possible by Tipping Point Communicaitons.
#FLOmingos On Parade, Bidwell Parkway – Part 1
#FLOmingos On Parade, Bidwell Parkway – Part 2
#FLOmingos Flocks, Olmsted Park System
You’re invited! Celebrate with us as we attempt to break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the“Longest line of garden flamingos”.
Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy marks the 150th year of Fredrick Law Olmsted’s revolutionary change to the Buffalo community with a fun and official attempt at the world’s longest #FLOmingos line.
Why Pink Flamingos?
The pink lawn piece which has been popularized by many landscape architecture programs and organizations as a tongue in cheek symbol, has also gained momentum across the country as a symbol of environmental stewardship.
How can YOU participate?
Come by Bidwell Parkway on June 21 at 10:30 a.m. to witness the official judging and announcement of the record and/or adopt one or more of the #FLOmingos to proudly display your support for your Olmsted Parks!
Official #FLOmingos Judging and Announcement
Date: Thursday June 21, 2018
Place: Bidwell Parkway (between West Delavan and Elmwood Ave)
Time: 10:30 a.m.
There are flocks of #FLOmingos throughout the Buffalo Olmsted Park System! Where are they exactly?
You will see flocks of #FLOmingos in every major park, traffic circle (except Agassiz Circle), Days Park, Heacock Park, Columbus Park and Prospect Park.
For printing and viewing online
For sharing on social media
- Download JPEG file of Overview Map
- Download JPEG file of #FLOmingos flocks in the Major Parks
- Download JPEG file of #FLOmingos flocks in the Traffic Circles
- Download JPEG file of #FLOmingos flocks in the Smaller Spaces
Share this exciting event with your friends, family and colleagues!
Click here to download a social media collage of #FLOmingos teaser photos. Can you spot the FLOmingo in every one of them?
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See you this Thursday at Bidwell Parkway!
For any inquiries, please contact the Conservancy at [email protected] or call 716-838-1249, ext. 31.