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An equestrian shares the trail with a biker and hiker in the Palos Verdes Nature Preserve. Photo credit Ian Bisco.
robin June 18, 2013 at 07:41 pm
Ok great!!! Now, the city needs to make a BAN on these 100's of bicyclists who ride in these HUGERead More groups. YOU folks are an accident waiting to happen and of course it will be the driver's fault.....NO consideration of hogging the roads and the arrogance some of these bikers have is appalling. Definitely not sharing the road here.
David Tarr December 22, 2012 at 11:44 am
Can i get a ride to help anyone help email me at davidtarr89@gmail.com please I would love to helpRead More if you can spare the ride I stay off Crenshaw and PCH near rolling hills road if anyone can spare a ride i would love to help thanks wish i had knew about this last night damn!
carter kendrick August 17, 2012 at 08:50 pm
Simple answer...they hold the fishing derby once a year. Ban all surfing within a fifty feetRead More distance within the pier that day. Cite anyone that violates the issue and that will solve the problem.
carter kendrick August 17, 2012 at 08:58 pm
Trust me, if this had happened at Belmont Pier, or my daughter's fishing pole, somebody would haveRead More gone to jail. Believe that!!!
carter kendrick August 17, 2012 at 09:00 pm
I'm not a trouble maker, but let them cut my line and there will be TROUBLE!
Monica Sifford August 17, 2012 at 11:47 am
I had seen three coyotes in the North Long Beach area in the early morning on Aug 9th. I had savedRead More a cat that one of the coyotes was trying to get. I just followed in my car and kept honking the horn over & over again until I finally had scared it away. I did inform Animal Control on the same day. Unfortuantely I was not able to save a cat that they had already killed and were eating prior. I hate to see ANY animal in danger, nevertheless when it is someone's pet!
Jessica Long January 5, 2013 at 01:43 pm
Hello, I live on Grand View Blvd. in Mar Vista Los Angeles. Tonight I scarred off 2 COYOTES from myRead More driveway at 2:30am (on Jan 5 2013). I had let my cat out earlier and went to call him in when I saw them out front. Thankfully I was able to retrieve him and my other cats who were also out. Surprisingly my dog did not bark during the whole occurrence. I have also recently, (yesterday) seen a large, pink tipped HAWK circling my area and at the top of Grand View Hill @ Palms around 12 noon-1 pm, and have been told by a neighbor that there is an OWL hanging around as well!. THESE ARE ALL PREDATORS AND ARE LOOKING FOR OUR PETS as FOOD/PREY All of this is REALLY BAD news for owners of small pets that spend time outdoors unattended. PLEASE NOTIFY RESIDENTS!!
janet August 8, 2013 at 04:12 pm
A coyote just got my 13 year old dearly beloved Siamese on Monday August 5 sometime betweenRead More 6:30-9:30pm. I live on Warren, just 2 blocks south of the Santa Monica airport. She rarely strayed from my front & back yards. This coyote got her early in the evening while people were still out walking their dogs. Neighbors… please be aware!
syarber February 28, 2012 at 11:56 pm
I just hope that the people who choose to adopt a pet instead of going on a vacation that theyRead More cannot afford at this particular time, do not turn around and dump their animals when they find, after the economy improves, that their pets will be an impediment to taking that trip because of the added cost of having a sitter come to care for it or boarding it (usually a terrible alternative, no matter how nice the facility). Adoption of a pet is a lifelong commitment, and unlike children, they never grow up and leave the nest. You owe it to them to take care of them for the rest of their days, which can be many. Please think long and hard before adopting or buying a pet.