Archivos de diario de julio 2018

01 de julio de 2018

Brown pelicans – nursed back to health – return to wild.

They were among 88 brown pelicans that have flooded the organization’s two California wildlife centers since late April.

https://www.dailyrepublic.com/all-dr-news/solano-news/fairfield/brown-pelicans-nursed-back-to-health-return-to-wild/

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Sea lion undergoes surgery to remove fish hooks as entanglements increase.

Raptor, a sea lion found with fish hooks embedded in her mouth, is healing after sedation and surgery at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach.

https://www.vcstar.com/story/news/2018/07/01/sea-lion-undergoes-surgery-remove-fish-hooks-entanglements-rise/748897002/

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Residents in northern Fontana express concerns about coyotes.

The Fontana Animal Services Team (FAST) does not trap coyotes, but does respond to the following types of coyote calls: removing deceased coyotes in the roadway, following up on reports of coyotes observed in the daytime near or in a residential area or school zones, or dealing with injured coyotes.

https://www.fontanaheraldnews.com/news/residents-in-northern-fontana-express-concerns-about-coyotes/article_32cdeeee-7c9d-11e8-94e7-0f5bdbf51b53.html

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Residents in northern Fontana express concerns about coyotes.

The Fontana Animal Services Team (FAST) does not trap coyotes, but does respond to the following types of coyote calls: removing deceased coyotes in the roadway, following up on reports of coyotes observed in the daytime near or in a residential area or school zones, or dealing with injured coyotes.

https://www.fontanaheraldnews.com/news/residents-in-northern-fontana-express-concerns-about-coyotes/article_32cdeeee-7c9d-11e8-94e7-0f5bdbf51b53.html

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Scientists were studying this SLO County mountain lion. Now it's been killed.

The young male — named SM-2 — was one of two wild cats in San Luis Obispo County that scientists have been able to trap and affix with a radio collar for a statewide mountain lion project by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.

https://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/local/environment/article214075569.html

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Outdoors Q&A: What Can I Do About Rattlesnakes?

Although rattlesnakes may be killed without a license, other approaches may be better. In some cases, conservation status of the species could be an issue (for example, the red diamond rattlesnake is a species of special concern in California).

https://www.noozhawk.com/article/outdoors_qa_what_can_i_do_about_rattlesnakes

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03 de julio de 2018

Mills College Biology Professor Coauthors Research on the Social Personalities of California Ground Squirrels.

The study, titled Split between two worlds: automated sensing reveals links between above-and-belowground social networks in a free-living mammal, provides some important revelations about the ways that architecture shapes collective behavior

https://www.benzinga.com/pressreleases/18/07/p11967255/mills-college-biology-professor-coauthors-research-on-the-social-perso

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Your Yard May Be Home to More Wildlife Than You Realize.

This sort of terrain, between the settled and the unsettled land, is known as the wildland-urban interface, or WUI. Each decade, the interface is carefully mapped by the Forest Service as part of its fire-safety precautions. The last effort was in 2010, and it found that almost one in three people in the United States lived in the WUI and that it was the fastest-growing residential region in the country. Covering 10 percent of the map, the WUI runs through the fringes of suburbs and exurbs and in the gaps they never quite fill, but it also creeps into our metropolises. In Los Angeles, where I live, I can see it from my apartment in two different spots: right in the middle of the city where the Santa Monica Mountains run, and again to the east along the San Gabriels.

https://www.rd.com/culture/wildlife-in-your-yard/

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Your Yard May Be Home to More Wildlife Than You Realize.

This sort of terrain, between the settled and the unsettled land, is known as the wildland-urban interface, or WUI. Each decade, the interface is carefully mapped by the Forest Service as part of its fire-safety precautions. The last effort was in 2010, and it found that almost one in three people in the United States lived in the WUI and that it was the fastest-growing residential region in the country. Covering 10 percent of the map, the WUI runs through the fringes of suburbs and exurbs and in the gaps they never quite fill, but it also creeps into our metropolises. In Los Angeles, where I live, I can see it from my apartment in two different spots: right in the middle of the city where the Santa Monica Mountains run, and again to the east along the San Gabriels.

https://www.rd.com/culture/wildlife-in-your-yard/

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Your Yard May Be Home to More Wildlife Than You Realize.

This sort of terrain, between the settled and the unsettled land, is known as the wildland-urban interface, or WUI. Each decade, the interface is carefully mapped by the Forest Service as part of its fire-safety precautions. The last effort was in 2010, and it found that almost one in three people in the United States lived in the WUI and that it was the fastest-growing residential region in the country. Covering 10 percent of the map, the WUI runs through the fringes of suburbs and exurbs and in the gaps they never quite fill, but it also creeps into our metropolises. In Los Angeles, where I live, I can see it from my apartment in two different spots: right in the middle of the city where the Santa Monica Mountains run, and again to the east along the San Gabriels.

https://www.rd.com/culture/wildlife-in-your-yard/

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