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Wildlife Corridors & Tracking

San Diego is home to many wildlife species that rely on core biological areas for their existence. These areas are known as wildlife corridors that Bobcat, Deer, and Coyotes, travel through for hunting, water access, and breeding purposes. The San Diego tracking team conducts tracking surveys on these animal species and provide that data to Park Rangers. This information may be used to determine areas in the parks that may need to be closed to the public to protect wildlife. What wildlife is passing through your open space at night?

ęCity of San Diego, Parks & Recreation Department

Produced, filmed and edited by Jim Karnik Films
Production Co-ordinator - Sue Pelley
Funding for this Wild Web Film was provided by

City of San Diego, Parks & Recreation Department


City of San Diego Parks & Recreation Department, Open Space Division

 Copyright 2010 Jim Karnik Films