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By Mary O’Keefe | May 7, 2009
As the temperatures rise it is time again for La Cañada residents to be reminded that they share there community with wildlife, as young rattlesnakes begin to open their little eyes and slither through yards, walking paths and driveways. Mark Goddard, a resident who lives in the Starlight Mesa area, wants the community to be aware that rattlesnakes are here. He encountered a rattler about two weeks ago near his home. “People need to know about this,” he said. “They are out and about now.” “They begin coming out in late March,” said Randy Strapazon, president of the La Cañada Flintridge Trails Council.
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By Lynn Duvall | July 15, 2004
Bent over, holding a dust pan, sweeping my driveway, I was startled when a gentle small voice asked, "Can I show you something?" As I straightened up, I recognized my neighbor boy Georgie Vine. He was clutching a tiny wiggling thing that I fearedy I would have to inspect more closely. Luckily, Gretchen was nearby, weeding under the lemon tree. She walked over to meet Georgie's new pet albino corn snake. "What's his name?" Gretchen asked. "Slider," Georgie replied with pride.
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By Mary O’Keefe | May 7, 2009
As the temperatures rise it is time again for La Cañada residents to be reminded that they share there community with wildlife, as young rattlesnakes begin to open their little eyes and slither through yards, walking paths and driveways. Mark Goddard, a resident who lives in the Starlight Mesa area, wants the community to be aware that rattlesnakes are here. He encountered a rattler about two weeks ago near his home. “People need to know about this,” he said. “They are out and about now.” “They begin coming out in late March,” said Randy Strapazon, president of the La Cañada Flintridge Trails Council.
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