Wildlife Visitations and Viewpoints

Posted on: January 5th, 2012 by admin 5 Comments

Life in the canyon includes the wild and occassionally wooley.  In sharing your observations of such visitations, you illuminate just how truly important the canyon river environment is to its many illustrious non-human inhabitants, and what we can do, as its stewards, to maintain and interact with it in harmonious ways.

5 Responses

  1. Does wild and wooley include the skunk family that frequents my compost pile? How does one interact with a skunk harmoniously, pray tell?

    • admin says:

      One can refer to our Service Professionals page under Canyon News and discover that there may be benign assistance in the form of a compassionate neighbor…..

  2. In simple fact, we didn¡¯t even reach those cardboard boxes until center of the tumble.

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  4. Ian Aeby says:

    Dear Canyon Neighborhood Association Friends and Neighbors,

    I don’t think this is exactly the place for this notice, but I couldn’t find a more appropriate spot. Nonetheless, my wife and I purchased the lot at 1400 Upper Canyon Rd. in 2009 with intent of building a home there. It has taken us a little while to get the ball rolling, but we recently completed all the paperwork required to get on the agenda for the next Historical Review Board Hearing scheduled for the 12th of August. As part of the process we have, of course, posted a notice on the property, but we also wanted to reach out especially to the Canyon Neighborhood Association members with a heads up.

    Please pass this message to any members who might be interested in attending the hearing or taking a look at our plans in advance (contact me by e-mail and I will forward PDFs of what we have so far). As anyone who drives on Upper Canyon Road must realize, the lots on the south side of the road present a unique set of challenges, so any helpful suggestions would be most welcome.

    Sincerely,

    Ian and Irina Aeby

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