Inside the secret lives of Chicago's predator
National Geographic: An extreme breed of coyote is finding there's no finer place than downtown Chicago, where the predator has learned to lurk under the radar of city life, new data show...
Among the skyscrapers of Michigan Avenue and busy Lake Shore Drive, these animals are "pushing their ecological envelope," said Stan Gehrt, a wildlife ecologist at Ohio State University in Columbus, who has been studying coyotes since 2000.
The research team is privileged to get this personal look at the world from the perspective of the coyote. More video data continues to be collected.