Where's Woody?

Friday, June 22, 2012

Woody takes a break with Sofie, the dog.
Photo by Brad Lancaster
Shoreline residents who had become accustomed to watching Woody the alpaca munch on local blackberries wondered where he had gone.

Eric Gilmore, from Shoreline's Public Works department, reports that "Woody and others have done such a good job cleaning up, the contractor has moved the animals back to their farm in Duvall to give the grass time to grow. Residents should expect to see animals periodically through the rest of the summer and into the early fall. While the same animal may not come back to the same site, residents can be assured they are “working” somewhere else!"
Part of Woody's herd was working along
Richmond Beach Road
Photo by Wayne Pridemore

Shoreline's vegetation management program used a mixed group of llamas, alpacas, sheep, and goats from Earthcraft Services, to eat the overgrown vegetation on City properties.

See previous story about Woody's place in the neighborhood.


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