Among the trash dumps and homeless camps lining the concrete banks of the Los Angeles River are deer, bobcats, raccoons, coyotes, birds, fish and other wildlife, say researchers working on the L.A. River Wildlife Camera Project. National Park Service biologist Justin Brown and his colleagues have place 39 wildlife cameras along the river to study urban wildlife, and the results of the study might inform policies to reduce human-animal conflict.
Wildlife gain foothold on the edge of LA's concrete jungle
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