Chicago is having an urban wildlife moment. From a “chonky” river turtle to a family of foxes in Millennium Park, there is wildlife thriving everywhere. Has this always been the case or is this emergence of city critters indicative of something bigger?
Reset checks in with a panel of wildlife experts and enthusiasts for more on how we can rethink living alongside urban wildlife.
GUESTS: Seth Magle, director of the Urban Wildlife Institute at Lincoln Park Zoo
Al Scorch, contributor with the Youtube Channel “Crime Pays But Botany Doesn’t”
Tyler LaRiviere, Chicago Sun-Times photographer
Rebecca Fyffe, urban wildlife expert and research director at Landmark Pest Management