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San Ramon meeting aims to conciliate residents with the wildlife in their neighborhoods

  8.02.2017   cesar   news   No comments

Contra Costa Times San Ramon meeting aims to conciliate residents with the wildlife in their neighborhoods July 13, 2000 Andrew Gordon, Staff Writer Forum topic: Coexisting with coyotes San Ramon

Non-lethal plan ok’d to protect livestock in Marin

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Marin Independent Journal Non-lethal plan ok'd to protect livestock in Marin November 1, 2000 Richard Halstead, Staff Writer Marin will halt killing coyotes and other predators to protect sheep, under

Coyotes Win Tolerance From Dublin, San Ramon

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San Francisco Chronicle Coyotes Win Tolerance From Dublin, San Ramon July 18, 2000 Michael Pena, Staff Writer Dublin and San Ramon have heeded the call of wildlife experts who say

Human attention is luring coyotes to neighborhoods

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Contra Costa Times Humans feed coyote problem September 18, 2000 Terri Morgan Special to the Mercury News Confident and bold, the two coyotes strolled through a Pacifica neighborhood every afternoon

Co-existing with coyotes is a good method of rodent control

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Scotts Valley Banner Co-existing with coyotes is a good method of rodent control September 20, 2000 Jack Fraser, Staff Writer Coexistence, rather than eradication, is the key to control of

San Ramon tries to deal with coyotes Panel hears concerns

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Tri-Valley Herald San Ramon tries to deal with coyotes Panel hears concerns July 17, 2000 John Sanford, Staff Writer SAN RAMON -- One resident says he has lost eight pet

Forum to address coyote incidents Recent sightings have residents worried

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Tri-Valley Herald Forum to address coyote incidents Recent sightings have residents worried July 11, 2000 By John Sanford, Staff writer SAN RAMON -- Recent coyote sightings and incidents in the

Bear Conservation and Coexistence Plan

  25.10.2016   cesar   programs   No comments

First introduced in Nevada, this program minimizes human-animal conflicts with bears by using diversionary strategies, behavior modification through stimulus control, and by educating the public on the most current methods to avoid conflicts

Coyote Habitat Conservation and Modification Plan

  25.10.2016   cesar   programs   No comments

First program to be designed in North America to permanently reduce conflicts with coyotes and to elevate the status of the species to contributing citizens by using resident populations as surrogates of large-scale conservation planning by Cities and Counties to restore biotic communities in natural areas and open space