Gridlocked: Urban Wildlife in & Around L.A.

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L.A. freeways aren't just the bane of commuters. Local wildlife of every size and species are constrained by the region's vast road network, from lizards to wrentits to mountain lions. Here, we'll tell the story of L.A.'s real stars: the urban wildlife that adapt, and in some cases, thrive in one of the world's biggest cities.

What We Learned Before C-144’s Collar Died

October 21, 2015 Posted by: Kate Kuykendall, Public Affairs Officer

For nearly five months, the GPS collar worn by the coyote known as C-144 provided rich and accurate location data that shed light on one of the most urban coyotes ever studied. And then the battery died. Right when it was getting really interesting.


Last updated: July 29, 2015

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