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Tree Sitters, Meet Chainsaws

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Forget the trees — the Berkeley tree-sitters are an endangered species living in a shrinking habitat. One by one they drop out of the foliage, yet in this precarious state they still manage to multiply, with the latest count at four (it was three last time we checked). At their wit's end, Berkeley had their chainsaws roll in yesterday for some tree prunage, "for one reason and one reason only ... to ensure that we can keep the tree sitters contained to a single tree." Get cozy, tree critters. [ABC 7]