Save Kimber Park Posters

Are you interested in getting your own copy of the posters we made for the City Council meeting?

Well, here they in a manageable size (50% of the 20″x30″ versions printed for the meeting)!

Fawn hides in the grass behind court #12

Fawn at Mission Hills Tennis Club







Gray fox at Kimber Park

Gray fox scampers away on the Kimber Park Open Space








Kimber Park Redwood

One of the many Kimber Park redwoods










Kimber Park redwoods

Kimber Park redwoods and fan










Red-shouldered Hawk at Kimber Park

Red-shouldered hawk watches for prey on the Kimber Park Open Space











White-Tailed Kite pair in a Kimber Park cedar

The White-Tailed Kites that bred at Kimber Park










Kite Fledgling at Kimber Park

A White-Tailed Kite rests in the Monterrey Pine it was born in at Kimber Park










Satellite view of the Kimber Park area

An overview of the Kimber Park area, showing the central Open Space









Would you like your own full-size poster? Contact Us and we should be able to have one printed at your expense for a reasonable donation.

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A Kimber Park resident and nature lover dedicated to the protection and preservation of the Kimber Park open space and neighborhood recreational facility. A hyper-aggressive developer has cyclone fenced a 60-year old Redwood forest and natural area and now holds it hostage in the center of a planned community, even though the property is zoned open space. After surrounding the community's open space with a cyclone fence, they are now trying to negotiate how many homes to build. Hard to believe but true. See also for more information.

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