Our next big film fundraiser is on Feb. 9 at the Rio Theatre.
San Francisco: Still Wild at Heart – a film by Melissa Peabody
This intriguing film tells the story of the return of coyotes to San Francisco and other American cities. Scientists give us insights into how coyotes impact city ecosystems, how we can coexist with them safely, and why we should choose to do so. We learn how ranchers in Marin County are finding some success protecting their livestock and reducing conflicts with coyotes by using a combination of humane, non-lethal predator-control methods. Learn more
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July 19, 2017 By Peter Fimrite, San Francisco Chronicle The fatal coyote attack on a small dog at the front door of a San Francisco home has prompted a raging debate on social media and in public forums about allowing wild predators to remain in the city. The...read more
Proceeds will benefit Native Animal Rescue, the Santa Cruz County non-profit dedicated to the protection, rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured, sick, and orphaned native wildlife.San Francisco: Still Wild at Heart, a film by Melissa Peabody, and featuring...read more