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Newly renovated Wildlife Sculpture Garden is community effort


Last updated 2/11/2021 at 10:53am

Cheryl Pizzo

Cheryl Pizzo plants succulents around "Winged Companions," a driftwood sculpture of a pair of eagles.

FALLBROOK – The Wildlife Sculpture Garden in Fallbrook has been redesigned and replanted with the help of several local business owners, generous donors and volunteers in the community.

The effort was kicked off last summer under the direction of Beverly Tucker, a longtime Fallbrook Land Conservancy volunteer and supporter, who recognized the need to refresh the garden, which is located on a corner of the 1.5-acre Palomares House and Park on Stage Coach Lane. The unique garden is the site of seven wildlife-theme sculptures, which are featured on Fallbrook's Art in Public Places website.


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