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  • Beneath the surface of the desert lies an ecosystem as intricate and diverse as a coral reef. ... a relative term. It's still hot. Desert dwellers with any choice hunker inside during the heat of the day, waiting for that ... But in summer, at least, a lot of the desert's wildlife , perhaps even a majority of it , goes below the surface. The ...
  • ... have long been amongst us here in Southern California, back to our pre-Hispanic Native American era, and, as the fossils at the La ... foothills last year, make for sensational television news coverage and viral internet videos. Wild coyotes killing house pets, ...
  • ... it 'll raise a question: why not bring the Mexican wolf back to the Mojave Desert ? Configure block ... Arizona; during that year, officials with the Mexican wildlife agency National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP) ...
  • ... Pacoima, she married Luis in Chicago; they ended up moving back to L.A. in 2000, and decided that Pacoima needed a community space for ... Write Bloody Publishing has just released, " News Clips & Ego Trips." Edited by G. Murray Thomas, the book is an anthology ...
  • ... But the birds require a network of uninterrupted desert or coastal scrub habitat, and most of the suitable habitat in the LA ... seven mammals listed as denizens of the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Area . Costa's hummingbird, to whose deserty haunts birders travel ...
  • ... kit fox | Photo: California Department of Fish and Wildlife A second year of surveys of desert kit foxes has ... foxes trapped and sampled had distemper, a welcome bit of news for fans of the housecat-sized desert predator. A few of the foxes ...
  • ... adventures await!) passed away this past June at 91, is back in the news again, which is definitely a good thing because the author of, most ...
  • ... would gut one of the most powerful legal tools California wildlife has at its disposal. ... Plain, to the diverse range of plants and animals in our desert National Parks. All of them were under threat of industrial exploitation. All of them were protected with the stroke of a pen. And all of them are surpassingly popular now, to ...
  • ... butterflies went head-to-head with bulldozers. Forty years later the battle still rages. ... its way from the icy northern seas to the Antarctic (and back again), a round trip of nearly 45,000 miles; or the Gray whale, which ... put on hold in June 1976, following the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 's announcement that the Mission Blue and San Bruno Elfin ...
  • A look back on KCET's longest-running news show, " Life & Times."   ... KCET is celebrating its 50th anniversary year with a series of stories, reflections, and flashbacks, like this throwback ...

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