This year's tour will feature speakers discussing the history of the Druid Hills community and a classic car show.
The home and garden tour season is kicking into gear, with the 2013 Druid Hills Home and Garden Tour set for the weekend of April 19-21. The event, which helps to raise funds for the Druid Hills Civic Association, will feature the following homes and gardens: • Richard Burgess, 2249 East Lake Road • Chad & Christina Carter, 498 W Parkwood Road • Frances Finegan & Mike Galifianakis, 471 West Parkwood Road • Andrew & Diane Farley, 886 Lullwater Road • Alpha Delta Pi, 1386 Ponce de Leon Avenue, NE • Parkwood Gardens Park, W Parkwood Road • Lullwater Conservation Garden, 926 Lullwater Road For the first time, the tour will also include talks on the history of the historic Druid Hills neighborhood and a classic car show, sponsored by Lambda Car…
An experienced coyote trapper told a small crowd of Decatur and Druid Hills residents that trapping coyotes would restore their fear of humans, but would never eliminate the animals from the area.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Diane Loupe
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Trapping urban coyotes is an effective way to remove nuisance animals and instill fear in the creatures, but won't eliminate the predators from an area, an experienced coyote trapper told a small crowd of Decatur and Druid Hills residents Tuesday night. Trapper Chip Elliot, owner of Atlanta Wildlife Relocator, said metro Atlanta "is never going to be clear of coyotes ever again. They're here to stay." Tuesday's meeting at the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany was organized by Decatur resident Christy Bosarge, whose cat was attacked and killed by coyotes, and the Druid Hills Civic Association, which is monitoring residents' concerns about coyotes. Bosarge has been alarmed about the threat coyotes pose to humans since the normally nocturnal …