Posts Tagged ‘nature’s lantern’

Nevius Nightmare! – MORE Coyotes in Golden Gate Park – Meet One of the Adorable New Pups of 2013

Monday, June 17th, 2013

OMG, they’re breeding again. It’s just like Jurassic Park.

All the deets:

David Cruz is a San Francisco wildlife film maker and founder of Natures Lantern. He is currently working on a SF Bay Area Black Bear documentary and a local awareness media campaign for Bay Area Mountain Lion street crossing safety.

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Cruz has followed this group of coyotes for 3 years. This is the second year he provides breaking unique news photographs that prove these coyotes have reproduced in San Francisco, Golden Gate Park. Historic photographs and  background of pups and park coyotes of past years also available.

Taken today Friday June 14,

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I’ll tell you, San Francisco Chronicle writer CW Nevius has been fretting about these critters for a while now. And yet it’s always dogs that be biting and killing people, not no coyotes.

Does Golden Gate Park Now Have a “Coyote Reserve?” Yes, Unofficially Anyway – Take a Look

Friday, April 12th, 2013

It looks like this:

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The Grey Whales of San Francisco’s Baker Beach – Another Great Capture from Nature’s Lantern

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

I haven’t seen a whale from San Francisco lately.

But David Cruz has:

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A Unique Photo: “Pair of Coyotes Sleeping off the Day in Golden Gate Park” – Via Nature’s Lantern

Monday, March 18th, 2013

Weill, I’ve never seen two wild coyotes together…

Photographer David Cruz does it again:

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OMG, San Mateo County Bobcat! OMG, San Mateo County Bobcat! OMG, San Mateo County Bobcat! OMG, San Mateo County Bobcat!

Friday, March 15th, 2013

Right here, via Nature’s Lantern:

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The Sidewalk Owls of the Bay Area – This Tiny Western Screech Owl Lives Just Above Your Heads – A Great Photo

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

Another great shot from San Francisco nature photographer David Cruz.

“A pair of little owls (Western Screech Owl) were in a hole in a live oak tree that hangs over a quiet street in the SF Bay Area. Very cool seeing them in a quiet urban situation, cars drove right under the hollow branch at a steady residential pace. Shortly after sunset, one owl stood near the edge for a moment before flying away,  allowing me to photograph it. “

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The Elusive Coyotes of Golden Gate Park – “Catch Me if You Can” – Another Great Shot from Nature’s Lantern

Monday, March 11th, 2013

Another great shot from Nature’s Lantern:

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Just think, this critter might have been a mere pup last year…

OMG, Bats! – Mexican Freetailed Bats Flying About Golden Gate Park – A Great Photo from Nature’s Lantern

Saturday, February 23rd, 2013

See?

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I’ll tell you, I’ve been all over GGP, but aint seen any bats.

Oh My, It’s Pope Benedict XVI at Fisherman’s Wharf as a Life-Sized Wax Figure

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Via David Cruz:

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Wow, the Trees of Golden Gate Park Sure Could Use a Lorax Right About Now – Just Look at These Monsters

Friday, September 14th, 2012

Check out these recent shots from Nature’s Lantern.

“Freshly cut trees being stacked with more processed chopped trees in piles in the area behind Elk Glen Lake.” 

Wow.

The bodies are being stacked like cordwood in Golden Gate Park these days:

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“Logging in Golden Gate Park - 9-12-2012

Appears to be Blue Gum Eucalyptus (known for timber and gold rush SF History) and a mix of Pines possibly Monterrey Pines.”

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Or an Entmarch, the trees of GGP could use a Lorax or an Entmarch.

Or even an Entmoot, that would be a start…