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US 101/Coyote Valley Wildlife Crossing Project

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Coyote Valley is an important location for wildlife to move between coastal and inner-coastal ranges. We focused on Coyote Creek where it crosses back and forth under US 101.
Project Date: 
Friday, February 13, 2015
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Entries detail animal movement in the Bay Area, California across US 101 in Coyote Valley. We focused on Coyote Creek where it crosses back and forth under US 101. Cameras used are both manual retrieval card and cell communicators.

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Observation Summary

This is a summary of animal observation across all locations and positions.

Animal Animal Write-in Image Count Animal Count
1 Bobcat 1 1
2 Coyote 2 2
3 Eastern Gray Squirrel 1 1
4 Mule (or Black tailed) Deer 4 4
5 Raccoon 1 1
6 Virginia Opossum 1 1
7 Wild Pig 30 56