Neighboring hillside community Laurel Canyon successfully purchases a 17-acre parcel for $1.6 million

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With the goal of preserving a major wildlife corridor and source of biodiversity, Laurel Canyon finally completed the sale of 17-acre parcel that is between Lookout Mountain Avenue and Stanley Hills Drive as the result of the two-year “Let’s Buy a Mountain” non-profit donation campaign lead by Citizens for Los Angeles Wildlife (CLAW) and the Laurel Canyon Association.  Plans include to turn the land over to the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority for management and permanent preservation.

For more information, below are links that include video from the wildlife videocamera:

Click here to link to "Lets Buy a Mountain" website with wildlife camera video.

CBS This Morning “Hollywood pumas to roam in wildlife habitat after land purchase”

THE REAL DEAL “Eagles rocker Don Henley helped buy a mountain in Laurel Canyon”

LOS ANGELES TIMES “Preservation groups buy 17-acre property in Laurel Canyon for $1.6 million”