Have you ever wondered how coyotes survive in the city or how many species of insects are in a vacant lot?
Marcus Kronforst, PhD (Ecology and Evolution) leads viewers through the answers to these and other questions in the WTTW series Urban Nature. Traveling throughout Chicago, New York, and San Francisco, Kronforst interviews scientists who study all kinds of urban species and systems, from squirrels to abandoned buildings, sea lions to green roofs.
WTTW will host a screening of the series this Saturday, March 25, at 3:00 pm at the Field Museum. Kronforst, series writer and producer Dan Protess, and the Field Museum's Abigail Derby Lewis will field questions after the screening. RSVP for the event.
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