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Night Walking along Black Creek: A prose poem for Jim Harrison

Night Walking along Black Creek

For Jim Harrison

The year the coyotes were so bad the boy would sneak out of the house after bedtime and stand at the edge of the pasture, watching his father’s truck make long slow circuits of his cattle, counting the match-flares as he smoked his Camels and cradled his shotgun. 236 more words

Fathers And Sons

Coyote Attack

Hidden Valley Farm is flanked by thousands of acres of wildlife preserve, including the Jackson Peck Land Trust, the Audubon Miles Wildlife Sanctuary and Connecticut State Forest. 383 more words


Nature Dangers in Scripps Ranch

Keep an eye out for nature in Scripps Ranch and North County Inland as I have seen coyotes, rattlesnakes, eucalyptus fall, black widows, and according to the news a few days ago, bobcats. 522 more words

San Diego

Hey there Coyote

I took the partners for their early morning walk this morning over by the filtration plant. We were walking along the crest of the hill where the kids toboggan in winter, when I heard a car horn. 369 more words


Photos From the Stands: Our View of Arizona Sports

Some photos that show how we’ve seen Arizona sports this year.


Jason Petrino joins "On the John"

This morning on my radio show, “On the John”, which airs Monday through Friday from 9-11am CT on ESPN Radio 1570, I was joined by former USD defensive coordinator and current… 44 more words


Internet Research Helps Local Man Win eCommunity Coyote Argument

by Dave Noble, eCommunity Beat Writer

ELMHURST – Jubilant and a tad haughty, Elmhurst resident Larry Sizemore told reporters Wednesday that information he obtained from the World Wide Web was crucial to his victory in a recent eCommunity discussion-turned-argument that pitted him against several “lesser-informed” group members who disagreed with Sizemore’s position on the potential danger of coyotes, increasingly spotted throughout town over the last six months. 246 more words

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