#95 Wally

Wally the sloth is an ancient relic from a time when Los Angeles was a tropical rain forest, dense with lush trees and brush. As the world around him evolved into a drier landscape, Wally refused to move on and instead crept deep into the foothills of the San Gabriels, where he found solitude in the majestic greenery within Sierra Madre. Many believe the sloth to be slow and therefore unintimidating, but perhaps that’s exactly what they want us to think. Conserving their energy, these secretly ferocious beasts are plotting an uprising right here in the Sierra Madre canopies with Wally leading the way, waiting for the perfect opportunity to strike–perhaps this Halloween?…

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This scarecrow can be found at 518 W Highland Ave, Sierra Madre, CA 91024

Looking for more scarecrows?  Find them on our online map or pick up a paper map and ballot at Creative Arts Group (108 N. Baldwin Ave., Sierra Madre, CA)