For those of you who wanted to come and missed it, here is the Zoom Talk I gave on Tuesday for the residents of Telegraph Hill. It covers the coyotes generally in San Francisco, with a short aside about the coyotes on Telegraph Hill. 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. [This is a copy of my posting on coyoteyipps.com]
A “one stop” video on urban coyotes as neighbors, in English or Spanish or Mandarin Chinese. *PLEASE NOTE A PROTOCOL CLARIFICATION FOR WHEN WALKING A DOG (not addressed in the video): Your safest option always is absolute, total, all-out AVOIDANCE: Whether you see a coyote in the distance, approaching you, or at close range, leash your dog and walk away from it, thus minimizing any potential dog/coyote confrontation or engagement. If you choose to shoo it away, follow the guidelines in the videos, but know that what’s safest is unmitigated avoidance.
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