Burbank Canyons

Burbank_Canyons_1.jpgBurbank Canyons a beautiful little 13,395-acre area in Douglas County with perennial streams, aspen groves, great hiking, and excellent solitude. Raptors, mule deer, bear, mountain lion, sage grouse, and various bird species live here. Wilderness designation will give it permanent protection. Click here to help Burbank Canyons.

Burbank Canyons is the largest remaining undeveloped area in the entire Pine Nut Mountains in Douglas County. A designated Burbank Canyons Wilderness would ensure that Douglas County offers sheer beauty and recreational opportunities that translate into increased property values and quality of life, which appeal not only to tourists, but also to skilled workers and retirees, who want to enjoy the “lifestyle amenities” of this region. A designated Burbank Canyons Wilderness would be the ultimate open space, a crown jewel of Douglas County’s outdoor offerings.

Learn more about the beautiful Burbank Canyons here, and take action to help protect this area here.

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