THERE ARE AN ESTIMATED
2,373 EASTERN GRAY SQUIRRELS
IN CENTRAL PARK.
How do we know this? Because we counted them, in October of 2018, with the help of 323 volunteer Squirrel Sighters. In June of 2019, we published our Central Park Squirrel Census 2019 Report, which is as much a survey of Eastern gray squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis) as it is a profile of Central Park.
It's a multimedia story, and it includes:
- a five-foot-long map of Central Park that is one of the most comprehensive surveys of the green space ever created (the first major update since 1994) and includes observations on human activity in the park and at least two newly named locations
- a five-foot-long “celestial” chart showing squirrel locations, population densities, fur coloration patterns, and other data
- a “Squirrel Supplemental” with 37 pages of additional squirrel data, insights, and stories
- the “Central Park Squirrel Census Audio Report,” a 45-RPM experiential soundtrack of the park using notes gathered during the Census and read by Squirrel Sighters and the Squirrel Census team
- postcards, a “baseball card,” and other fun
If you like squirrels, maps, design, art, community, science, parks, or New York, this is for you.
(not including shipping & taxes)
IMPORTANT NOTE ON INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: If you would like a report shipped to you outside of the United States, please email us with your shipping address: info [at] thesquirrelcensus [dot] com. We'll calculate shipping cost to your address so that we can get a report to you!