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Bird Sanctuary Planting from Jan., 2020

CATEGORY: Current Events · In the News |
On Dec 5, 2020

Before Covid-19 put a damper on volunteer efforts, we worked to restore an area of Griffith Park – the Bird Sanctuary. Hopefully Gary Regester’s video is a big reminder that we’ll be back to do more work in this Los Angeles treasure!

Thanks to Laura Howe, Katherine Pakradouni, and Ross Arnold for the hard work getting this coordinated!
If you spot yourself, send an email and we’ll give you a shout out…

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