What people often misconceive about New York is that it goes beyond the massive city and that infamous skyline... It leads to more nature as you travel further inland, and the wildlife can be deceivingly dense—even in that big city!
Some hunters view coyotes as competitors and a threat to deer, while others believe that coyotes eat smaller mammals and carrion. Some individuals are concerned about their effects on the livestock industry—particularly sheepherders.
Raccoon populations often are more dense in large cities than in the wild, but abundance varies widely in different types of habitat and different parts of the state. A great animal from Wildlife in New York.
Wildlife in New York: Though rarely seen by most New Yorkers, black bears are valued by hunters, photographers, and wildlife watchers. Many people enjoy just knowing that bears are present in New York State.