Have you seen these usual suspects around the University of Washington’s Seattle campus? Coyotes, raccoons, owls and ducks are just a few of the campus critters UW Facilities have noted recently.
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences associate professor Laura Prugh is working with UW Facilities to study whether the coyotes seen on campus become bolder over time as they are seen more often on campus. Read the full story on the UW Facilities site here. And students who are looking to learn more about wildlife on campus and beyond can sign up for ESRM 150: Wildlife in the Modern World, a five-credit class offered this autumn quarter.