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Adaptation's Appetite

On this platform we have been in favor of celebrating conservation rather than doomsday. Science is key, but we also think entrepreneurship can be harnessed in the… 582 more words

Biodiversity

Here’s why there are so many coyotes and why they are spreading so fast

Coyotes were a purely North American animal that lived in the West. Now they’re everywhere, and state-sponsored hunting that obliterated wolves and mountain lions is a major reason. 71 more words

Washington Post

'Coyote colonization': Why this canine is spreading fast across North America

Since the 1900s, coyotes have “dramatically expanded” across North America. The canine species is found in most U.S. states and Canadian provinces, and according to a new study, is rapidly making its way into Central America. 614 more words

News

Verizon Can Help You When You're Stranded Roadside

Here’s a young family whose car broke down along the side of the road. Dad has no bars. Lame! But then Verizon spokesman Thomas Middleditch… 69 more words

Rise in 'bold' coyote sightings in Etobicoke concerns residents

A rash of close encounters with coyotes in the past few weeks has Etobicoke residents on edge.

Matthew Kenney walks his two dogs along Bloordale Park North and has had a couple of run-ins with the animals. 493 more words

News

Police seek coyote killer

Slaughtered animal found in Arastradero Preserve on Christmas Eve

by Sue Dremann / Palo Alto Weekly

A dead coyote that was partially skinned was discovered near a trail about 50 yards west of the southernmost trail near Arastradero Road and the parking lot indicated above. 380 more words

Cruety

Stinkbugs, Ticks and Community Spirit

As soon as I spotted the brown tick on the white comforter on my bed, I texted my neighbors Jeannie and Stacey.

“Ugh. Ticks are back,” I wrote. 753 more words

Anita's Corner