Archive for the ‘Animals’ Category
Who knows, maybe the seasonal reindeer do too?
Of course the big thing these days at the CAS is ‘Tis the Season for Science, running through January 4th, 2015.
And don’t miss out on the Shake House, which does a pretty good impression of the Loma Prieta Earthquake of 1989…
San Francisco Opposes the Feds Killing Off Mice on the Farallon Islands? Fear of Dead Seagulls Scaring Tourists?Thursday, December 11th, 2014
Well, this is news to me.
All the Feds want to do is kill off the mice of the Farallones and San Francisco is standing in the way?
Check out how our Federales scored a “rip-roaring conservation success” exterminating vermin up in Alaska at Hawadex Island, which was known for centuries as “Rat Island.”
I’ll tell you, I can’t name any of the “visionary policies and innovative programs” created by SF Environment that Director Deborah Raphael boasts of.
Can you, Gentle Reader?
One down, a million to go – here’s the big version, via nature photographer Jenny Erbes.
“Conron has since repeatedly stated he regrets initiating the fashion for this type of cross breed and maintains it caused “a lot of damage” together with “a lot of problems”. He also felt he was to blame for “creating a Frankenstein” adding that problems were being bred into the dogs rather than breeding away from problems. He is further quoted as claiming: “For every perfect one, you’re going to find a lot of crazy ones”
Coyote Warnings are Out Again in Golden Gate Park – At the Conservatory and Academy – But Don’t Say, “Clever Girl!”Thursday, October 16th, 2014
I’m not sure when CW Nevius SF Coyote Hysteria hit its peak – I think it was a year or two after he moved to town, so it must have been a year or two ago. Here’s a sample, where the SF newcomer uses the term “we” as if he were a long-timer:
So how many people have been nipped at by San Francisco coyotes since the Era of Alarmism? How about zero? Compare that with the number of people hospitalized from dog attacks over the same period. Mmmm…
Anyway, there are more signs than usual on the East Si-iiide of the park these days:
And here’s some mockery of these now-famous coyote signs, from back in the day