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Telling Coyote Stories

Bethany Barratt
Bethany Barratt

Professor of Political Science

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Lincoln Park: Gateway to Chicago’s Urban Wilderness

Eddee Daniel
Eddee Daniel

Fine Art Photographer and Author

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Backyard Birds

Catherine Game
Catherine Game

Director of Communications and Engagemen…

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Peggy Macnamara: In the Field

Jeremy Ohmes
Jeremy Ohmes

Communications Strategist

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Imagining Their Stories

Bill Guerriero
Bill Guerriero

Photographer

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A City's Flying Gardens of Maybe

Andrew Yang
Andrew Yang

Associate Professor of Liberal Arts - Sc…

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A Drawerful of Meadowlarks

Joan Gibb Engel
Joan Gibb Engel

Writer

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Animal Embraces

Rebecca Beachy
Rebecca Beachy

Artist, Taxidermist

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Squirrels in My Sight(s)

Dave Aftandilian
Dave Aftandilian

Former Fellow

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Drawing Animals at the Field Museum of Natural History

Benn Colker
Julie Meridian
Benn Colker & Julie Meridian

As urban populations grow, and contact with nature becomes more constricted, is our psychological and social well-being in jeopardy? Are healthy ecological communities, biological diversity, and even wilderness compatible with urban areas? This is what City Creatures aims to discuss. We hope you’ll join the conversation by commenting and sharing.

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