Urban Nature: ‘A Coyote Comeback’

Coyotes have made a remarkable comeback in Chicago. What are the secrets to their survival in a dense metropolis? Marcus Krahnforst hunts for clues with noted biologist Stan Gehrt in this “Urban Nature” episode.

WTTW’s online series “Urban Nature” explores the wild side of cities. Watch more episodes.

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