New web tool tracks coyote activity using shared data from neighborhood sightings.

"We have a fairly high level of coyote conflict in Southern California,” said Niamh Quinn, an ecologist and biologist who developed the new web application, Coyote Cacher. “It’s potentially the highest conflict zone in the country. We’re on our fourth bite on humans this year and we’re not getting that level of conflict anywhere else in the U.S. It’s becoming a pattern in Southern California.”

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/03/01/new-web-tool-tracks-coyote-activity-using-shared-data-from-neighborhood-sightings-4/

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