Urban wildlife

There are animals among us. Boars in Berlin, coyotes in Washington, D.C., and mountain lions in Los Angeles are just a few examples of the wildest populations moving to cities.
Apr 29, 2015   National Geographic
“Across millennia [mute swans] symbolized transformation and devotion, light and beauty,” says a recent article in Wired. Not so much in New York City, where the city’s population of mute swans will be reduced to zero to protect other native species.
Feb 7, 2014   Wired
A recent study concludes that investment in wildlife refuges leads to economic rewards.
Jun 15, 2012   THE DIRT
As urban sprawl continues to encroach on what was once expansive habitat for mountain lions, the large predators have been involved in more encounters with humans in urban settings.
Nov 29, 2010   The San Francisco Chronicle
Billions of North American birds are killed each year by flying into windows, studies suggest.
Jan 20, 2009   The Winnipeg Free Press