A coyote looks out from one of the many hilly parks overlooking San Francisco on June 1. Janet Kessler has spent up to six hours a day the past decade watching and photographing coyotes in San Francisco’s parks, where the species is so entrenched that people in many neighborhoods refer to them by name. She runs a website, Coyote Yipps.
A coyote looks out from one of the many hilly parks overlooking San Francisco on June 1. Janet Kessler has spent up to six hours a day the past decade watching and photographing coyotes in San Francisco’s parks, where the species is so entrenched that people in many neighborhoods refer to them by name. She runs a website, Coyote Yipps. Courtesy of Janet Kessler coyoteyipps.com
A coyote looks out from one of the many hilly parks overlooking San Francisco on June 1. Janet Kessler has spent up to six hours a day the past decade watching and photographing coyotes in San Francisco’s parks, where the species is so entrenched that people in many neighborhoods refer to them by name. She runs a website, Coyote Yipps. Courtesy of Janet Kessler coyoteyipps.com

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