CE: The Science of…Urban Wildlife
When we think of urban areas, my mind goes to lots of people, and parks, architecture and other infrastructures. But, cities are way more complex and way more diverse than just the humans living there. Urban areas are often thriving with diverse wildlife- coyotes, foxes, raccoons, rats, mice, insects, and many different types of birds. All of these species are ecological generalists that are capable of inhabiting a wide variety of urban niches. Join us on this episode of Science of as we dive into the urban wildlife living right around you!
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