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Keep LA Lions Alive by Building Wildlife Corridors

AFC sends out a huge THANK YOU to the Pasadena Star News and columnist/Friend of Cottonwood Canyon member Larry Wilson.  Just yesterday they published a great article about wildife corridors with a wonderful spotlight for AFC:                                                                   

This May 30, 2015 photo taken by a National Park Service remote camera shows mountain lion P-39, which was killed this month by a vehicle on the 118 Freeway. (National Park Service via AP)

"Other wildlife corridors are being protected by zealous guardians of our open space. Just take a look at what the Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy is doing all along the front range of the San Gabriels from Tujunga and La Crescenta to Altadena, keeping space open in perpetuity. Its hoped-for purchase of 11 acres of Cottonwood Canyon above Pasadena’s Arroyo Seco is saving a corridor that our lions as well as mule deer, bobcat, coyote, gray fox, black bear, raccoon, striped skunk, opossum, weasels, cottontails and squirrels use to get around. Like to get involved? Check out or send a tax-deductible check to P.O. Box 1, Pasadena, Calif. 91102."

To check out the full version of the article click here.

Thanks to Larry and all the Pasadena Star News!

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