Urban Wildlife

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‘Urban Wildlife’

By Cali Wilson

UGA Graduate Student

"Humans are moving into urban areas at unprecedented rates, rapidly creating more developed land due to urban sprawl. Some species are able to adapt to survive in urban environments drastically different from their natural habitats. In urban environments, wildlife are exposed to new stressors, like noise pollution, pathogens, toxins, and other competitors. Despite that, they persist and some species even thrive. Urban wildlife are resilient."

What materials did you use to make your square?

Fake moss, textured paint, and feathers.