• Image of Central Park Squirrel Census 'Terrestrial' and 'Celestial' Maps
  • Image of Central Park Squirrel Census 'Terrestrial' and 'Celestial' Maps
  • Image of Central Park Squirrel Census 'Terrestrial' and 'Celestial' Maps
  • Image of Central Park Squirrel Census 'Terrestrial' and 'Celestial' Maps

Own both maps that resulted from the Central Park Squirrel Census.

'Terrestrial' (Human) Map: This 62" x 31" map of Central Park — titled 'Map Showing the Geographic and Cultural Systems of the Central Park' — 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, an index of places of interest, statues, fountains, sculptures, arches, bridges, playgrounds, and entrance gates, a section called 'Sights & Sounds of the Park,' and at least two newly named locations. It was created in conjunction with the 2018 Central Park Squirrel Census.

'Celestial' (Squirrel) Map: 'Chart Showing the Location, Distribution & Coloration of the Squirrel Population of Central Park' is a 62" x 31" map that was created to display the data and stories gathered during the 2018 Central Park Squirrel Census. Over 3,000 squirrel sightings are pinpointed, each one noting primary and secondary fur color. The chart also displays squirrel 'clusters of prominence,' observations made about squirrels, and Census squirrel numbers, including the estimated number of Eastern grays that call Central Park home: 2,373.