An evening searching for the "Coca Cola" coyote pair who use railroad tracks as their highway between hunting grounds in empty lots and overgrown areas of South Chicago. Using a radio telemetry antaenna mounted to the roof of a truck, I followed a wildlife tech with the Cook County Coyote Project tracking the movements while hunting and transiting at night. Coyotes in Chicago often use railroad tracks as their highway during the night to hunt mainly for rabbits and small rodents around Chicago. While targeting Urban Coyotes in Chicago, Illinois, I partnered with Dr. Stanley Gehrt who leads the Cook County Urban Coyote Project. email: email@example.com
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Why Cities Are Going Wild - National Geographic
Why Cities Are Going Wild - photographed on assignment for National Geographic Magazine's July 2022 issue.