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Keeping the peace with urban coyotes

November 07, 2012 by Courtney Quirin

When a pet goes missing, urban coyotes can quickly develop a bad rap. But many wildlife experts say it’s not the coyotes who need better management — it’s us.

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Navigating cities: survival skills for the urban coyote

September 19, 2012 by Courtney Quirin

One recent sunny morning a young coyote lounged on the fairway of San Francisco’s Lincoln Park Golf Course, unphased by

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Urban coyotes in our midst

September 04, 2012 by Courtney Quirin

Fabled as a wily shape-shifter and trickster, the coyote’s latest magic trick has been turning cities into habitat, and San

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Trouble in Rossmoor

September 08, 2009 by Daniel McGlynn

Rossmoor, a sprawling gated community on the outskirts of Walnut Creek, recently found itself entangled in an ecological controversy that spilled well beyond its manicured lawns and well-tended condos. At the heart of the issue are acorn woodpeckers that decided to turn some homes into storage facilities for acorns — granaries. Reporter Daniel McGlynn went as far as Colorado to get the story.

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Letter from the Publisher

April 01, 2005 by David Loeb

Parking the car in front of my house a few weeks ago, I noticed movement across the street. It was

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Peaceful Coexistence with Deer

April 01, 2005 by Bruce Morris

The first time I began to pay closer attention to the small band of Columbian blacktail deer that coexist—more or

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