Coyotes live throughout Upstate New York and commonly inhabit many suburban and urban areas. Occasionally, they are in parts of New York City and Long Island (very rarely).
Sightings of bottlenose dolphins are the most common since they live closer to shore in coastal waters like harbors and bays.
Raccoons can become a nuisance if people unknowingly supply food or shelter for them. They can be attracted by food in gardens, pet feeders, garbage, or cavities that might offer shelter.
Moose are primarily browsers, feeding on the leaves, twigs, and buds of hardwood and softwood trees and shrubs.
Wolverines (Gulo gulo) are the most prominent terrestrial member of the weasel family. Additionally, they are naturally rare and persist at extremely low population densities.