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Sutro Sam, the river otter, getting too much attention

February 04, 2013 by Heather Mack

Wildlife experts say to leave San Francisco's adorable river otter alone a little bit.

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Holiday seasons come and go, but not the Canada geese

November 25, 2011 by Juliet Grable

Nothing heralds autumn and the holiday season like the evocative sound of geese, honking their way South on a blast of Arctic air. But many Canada geese now skip the annual migration and set up permanent shop in the Bay Area by taking advantage of the abundant food and absence of predators. That's requiring some wildlife managers to come up with creative ways to remove these feathered friends.

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Making Peace with Coyote

January 01, 2007 by Clifford Agocs

Clementine is a 130-pound great Pyrenees—a white shag carpet of a dog who sleeps through the day out in the ...

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