SB, CA 55yr JUNIPER TREE SAVED 1/20/18 SUPPORTERS WE DID IT!! Thank You, Thank You!

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SB Thomas Fire/Floods has Destroyed more than 280,000+ acres of Local and Forest Land, Affecting Local, Migratory and Domesticated Birds.  These Displaced Birds Need Well Established Feeding Trees, Like this Beautiful Drought Resistant, Self-Watering "Hollywood" Juniper Tree.

This Very Healthy, Happy Tree poses No Danger to People or Property.  Home to Dozens of Species of Local Birds who Return to the Juniper Tree Every Year to Nest and Feed on It's Plentiful, "Year Round" Berries.  Blue Scrub Jays Hide Their Peanuts for the Winter in It's branches. (SEE PHOTO)  Since Migratory Hummingbirds can Live as Long as 12 years, they Annually Nest Here or Stop to Rest while Visiting our crowded Feeders on their Long Journey South.

The Juniper Tree also Provides the Tenants the ONLY and Often Much needed Shade when it gets really Hot or Enjoy a Family BBQ Under

Wolfe & Associates, Landlords of our Section 8 Apartment (603 Eucalyptus Ave) have Decided the Large 55 Year Old Juniper Tree, (Next to the, "Trash Dumpster") is, "Messy" & "Needs to Go"!!  =(    Sadly, Showing Little Care or Concern about the Tenants Needs or the Wild Life that Return Year after Year to Nest and Feed Here. With So Many Trees Lost to Fire/Flood Already, We Request Our Landlords Rather than Just Cutting Down the Juniper Tree Unnecessarily, when All It Really Needs is Some Pruning.

Let's, "Come Together", as a Community, with Such a Great, "Outpouring of Support".  We Can/Will Touch The Property Supervisor's Heart And SAVE THE JUNIPER TREE!!

 But Time is Running Out for Our, "Evergreen Friend"!! 

PLEASE JOIN OUR PETITION NOW!!
 (The Tree, Birds and I, Thank You for Time and Consideration)



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