Photographer David Cruz Once Again Encounters the Coyotes of Golden Gate Park, Near the Newly-Reopened Bathrooms

How big is a Golden Gate Park coyote? About the size of a large house cat.

And hey, has anybody ever been injured by a coyote in San Francisco during the entire history of the universe? No.

OTOH, have off-leash dogs attacked peace officers and police horses in the 415? Oh yeah, I could tell you stories.

So, what’s the big deal about having wild coyotes in the GGP?

Coyote on JFK Jr. Drive, August 31, 2012 - via David Cruz:

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One Response to “Photographer David Cruz Once Again Encounters the Coyotes of Golden Gate Park, Near the Newly-Reopened Bathrooms”

  1. Sane Franciscan says:

    Uh, the big deal is they are wild animals, and may carry disease such as rabies. You wouldn’t want wild dogs roaming the park, are coyotes really that much better?