Jon Bridges solves natural mystery

By Jon Bridges In Inbox

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3rd October, 2011
As we drove into Yosemite National Park, we had no idea the two young coyotes we saw would be just the first of our wildlife encounters. Yosemite’s cold river runs through the forest between vast rock formations that loom and tower in every direction. As Kiwis, we’ve been reared on a diet of scenery, consuming vistas at the recommended rate of 5+ a day, but even we had to admit this place was breathtaking. Signs everywhere told visitors to “Keep our Wildlife Wild” by not feeding them the sort of food Americans ...

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