Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 21, 2021

Screening of “Don’t Feed the Coyotes” today at 4pm

Bay Nature Talks: Screening of don’t feed the coyotes Tuesday, September 21st, 4pm  virtual event

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After a century of extirpation, coyotes returned to the green spaces of San Francisco in the early 2000s. Twenty years later, a thriving population of Canis latrans resides in the city’s parks and forests. The upcoming documentary don’t feed the coyotes observes several years in the intertwined lives of these urban animals. It centers around a three-year-old coyote, fondly named Scout, and her territorial challenger, the scientifically dubbed 15F. Chronicling their lives through two starkly different researchers observing them, it’s about humans, the natural world, and the lines we’ve drawn between the two. And of course, not feeding the coyotes.

Following the screening of the film, Bay Nature will host a Q&A with filmmaker Nick Stone Schearer alongside Bay Area self-taught naturalist, Janet Kessler, and wildlife ecologist with Presidio Trust, Jonathan Young.

This virtual event is open to all with a suggested (but not required) donation of $20.
This film will not be available on the Bay Nature website after the talk,
but when released this fall can be viewed at

Please be advised that this film contains a brief scene that might not be suitable for all audiences.

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