Jun 8

Kangas in the East

Thanks to eagle-eyed residents for sending in these pics…


Kangas seems to be wondering where their homes are going…


So close to the city, but still so rural. It’s what we love about the East.


How lucky we are to have our wildlife visit, lets protect their habitat, plan our development so we can protect our beautiful East.



  1. Judyann says:

    Having wildlfie around our homes is why we live here. Lovely photos!

  2. kaye says:

    wow. so great to see, but, yes lets protect their habitat

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