Laurel Canyon Blvd / Paxton, Pacoima, CA
Next to Ritchie Valens Recreation Center
The word “coyote” was originally a Spanish corruption of the Nahuatl (Aztec) word for the animal, coyotl; it was called “song dog” by American Indians. They are part of Southern California landscape and help to keep the balance of nature in order. We can all learn to live in harmony with coyotes and other creatures that, like us, just want to find a safe place to raise their youngs.
This proposed artwork is artwork is intended to highlight coyotes and other wild animals that coexist in the native lands.