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On average, coyotes in captivity can live for roughly 13-15 years, but in the wild, most will die before they reach three years of age. Coyote attacks on civilians are generally very rare, one is more likely to be killed or injured by an errant golf ball than this species.

Coyotes resurface in cityscapes

Locals notice wildlife closer to home
Kassie DeJean, Senior Reporter October 12, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE | Over the past few months, San Francisco and the Bay Area have experienced a surge in coyote sightings and attacks. Coyotes commonly threaten dogs but are also dangerous to humans. The...

Outside Lands released an updated artist lineup for the 2021 musical festival on its social platforms and website on Thursday. The originally scheduled lineup was adjusted due to the change in dates to late October.

Outside Lands date pushed out

Popular outdoor music festival is delayed, not canceled
Ella Noblin, Reporter March 19, 2021

News flooded around campus on Thursday as students learned that the popular, annual music festival in Golden Gate Park, Outside Lands, will be postponed until late October.  “I’m happy that San...

The Entwined lights turn on daily at dusk and turn off promptly at 8:30 p.m. The Peacock Meadow exhibit is part of the Golden Gate Park 150th Anniversary celebration and has free admission to all visitors.

Whimsical art exhibition brings fantasy to San Francisco

New attraction in Golden Gate Park features artificial illuminated trees
Clara Bonomi and Elizabeth Klimek February 20, 2021

With the statues’ array of colors, towering figure and whimsical setting, the new Golden Gate Park exhibit in Peacock Meadow, “Entwined,” has easily become one of the most unparalleled attractions...

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