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Coyote Hazing: Learning to Live with Urban Coyotes in San Francisco
by D. Boyer
We can either kill or remove the urban coyote or we must learn to live with them. Residents in San Francisco’s Stern Grove recently experienced two urban coyote attacks. In one attack a small dog was seriously injured, and in the other attack a small dog wandered away from its owner, into a spot where an urban coyote was lurking, but never returned. Both pets were allegedly unleashed.
Videos from the non-profit Project Coyote’s
“Coyote Hazing” workshop that was held on October 7th, 2015 in San Francisco’s Stern Grove. Additional video and photos of urban coyotes in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. I have also attached flyers and brochures that can be downloaded. I am not associated with Project Coyote
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