Using cameras and collars, UGA researchers aim to understand wildlife movements, geography
Squirrels, birds and opossums have all adapted to living in urban spaces. More recently, so have coyotes.
But much is still unknown about how coyotes move throughout urban areas, such as metro Atlanta, as well as their effect on humans and other wildlife. For example, why are these animals reported in some areas of the city but not others?
Now, a new…