A set of motion-triggered cameras in Brooklyn and Lengthy Island is bringing ecologists nearer to understanding how wildlife distribution evolves on city landscapes
1 September 2022
There are animals hiding in New York Metropolis, and ecologist Myles Davis plans to seek out them.
The largest metropolis within the US would possibly seem to be the final place to seek out wildlife, save for rats and pigeons. However ask Davis about biodiversity within the space, and he’s wanting to let you know that town is teeming with fascinating creatures.
“New Yorkers – we simply don’t actually know what’s within the metropolis,” says Davis, who grew up in Brooklyn, …