There is abundant wildlife in New York City – over 600 different species call the Big Apple home. From soaring hawks to curious coyotes, it’s no surprise that we encounter animals everywhere from our parks and greenspaces to our roads and roofs. WildlifeNYC is a campaign launched by the City of New York to increase public awareness about urban wildlife. After all, they’re New Yorkers, too! To learn more please visit nyc.gov/wildlife. On the website you can report a sighting of healthy wildlife; as well as find information about upcoming wildlife programs and volunteer opportunities. For questions about wildlife, please contact the NYC Park’s Wildlife Unit at 212-360-1447.
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