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Safari in the city: a guide to urban wildlife viewing in America

Chicago's Urban Wildlife Institute and 8 partner research bodies are studying animals in cities

Members of the Urban Wildlife Information Network use wildlife-monitoring tools to track animal behaviour and encourage biodiversity in cities.

New York

THE notion of urban wildlife may suggest images of rodents and pigeons. But as backyard birders can attest, more desirable wildlife persists in cities, a topic studied by the Chicago-based Urban Wildlife Institute and eight new partner research bodies across the country.


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