Marc Bekoff

Professor Emeritus of Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado-Boulder

Guest

Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder, specializing in the behavior of coyotes and carnivores; author of Wild Justice: The Moral Lives of Animals

Marc Bekoff on KCRW

Coyotes have killed so many household pets in Seal Beach, the city has approved a plan to trap and kill the predators.

Coyotes vs Cities

Coyotes have killed so many household pets in Seal Beach, the city has approved a plan to trap and kill the predators.

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Coyotes have learned to live with people.

The Life and Death of Coyotes in Urban Los Angeles

Coyotes have learned to live with people.

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