The Coyote Walk is an annual project that commemorates the spirit of Hal, a coyote who appeared in Central Park in 2006 and died shortly after being captured and re-released in the wild. The walks illustrates how a coyote might have found its way into Manhattan with a reverse human journey out of the city: a hike retracing a potential coyote-like path through greenspaces. Citing examples of juvenile coyotes that have made long dispersal trips, the walk averages around 50-60 miles. The walk and associated body of research investigates pathways between the natural and human world.

 

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