I love urban wildlife, and it’s so great to be able to speak to ecologists about the work they do. Here’s my latest for CityLab, with some really incredible imagery from the folks at the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
Where Coyotes Are Thriving in Los Angeles
A coyote pup. (National Park Service)
Gail Victoria Braddock Quagliata walked the entirety of Manhattan in order to photograph every one of the borough’s bodegas. I chatted with her last week about that experience.
Every Single Bodega in Manhattan, Photographed
What Your Upstairs Neighbors Are Really Doing: a quick post I wrote at CityLab about a hilarious and spot-on video.
I Was a 1906 New York Tenement Inspector for a Night
I finally visited the Tenement Museum last Friday night for an event full of costumed interpreters, curated filth, and interactive education.
I chatted with Bradley Garrett last week about urban exploration, cities, his legal troubles, and the latest book he is involved with: a photography book called Subterranean London.
The Photography Book London Officials Never Wanted You to See
Image via Wikimedia Commons.
The latest in my fascination with urban wildlife: You Can Help Identify Chicago’s Wild Animals