Zoom Talk: Coyotes in San Francisco: Population, Family Life, Stewardship

For those of you who wanted to come and missed it, here is the Zoom Talk I gave on Tuesday for the residents of North Beach in San Francisco. It covers the coyotes generally in San Francisco, with a short aside about the coyotes in North Beach. I received great compliments on the talk, and I’ve been asked to give it again in several other neighborhoods, with asides on those coyotes, so I will post dates for those talks as they come up. My presentations are all based on my own first-hand observations, along with my own photos, videos and maps of those observations, with just a few exceptions. New in this video (not covered in my previous talks or videos) is a section on my observations and documentation of coyote population dynamics here in San Francisco: how the population is divided and situated into discrete territories, and some of their dispersals. I am now collaborating in a City-wide population study at UC Davis.

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jo Thompson
    Dec 31, 2020 @ 15:35:56

    Spectacular! Thank you for all you do and for sharing it.
    The audio/video demonstrations of vocal socializing touched me to tears.

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  2. Lisa Febre
    Dec 31, 2020 @ 16:15:02

    This was a great presentation and I’m so glad I attended (even though I don’t even in live SF!). I learned so much, and my husband can attest that I did not shut up the rest of the night telling him all kinds of tidbits from you! Thanks for the invite, and I’m really looking forward to the next time you do one of these!

    Happy New Year!!

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  3. ClaireG
    Jan 04, 2021 @ 17:25:44

    I love this presentation! The audio and video are powerful, and I learned a lot. Great job!

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