• Image of Collector's Items: All Three Squirrel Maps
  • Image of Collector's Items: All Three Squirrel Maps
  • Image of Collector's Items: All Three Squirrel Maps
  • Image of Collector's Items: All Three Squirrel Maps
  • Image of Collector's Items: All Three Squirrel Maps

For fans of maps, design, parks, and squirrels, Squirrel Census Chief Cartographer (and Lead Trumpet Player) Nat Slaughter's hand-drawn maps for the Squirrel Census are collector's items.

This package includes:

- our 2016 "Inman Park: Land of a Thousand Squirrels" report (which includes a map of squirrel sightings of Inman Park in Atlanta, as well as other data viz and anthropomorphic fun)

- our two maps of Central Park from our "Central Park Squirrel Census 2019 Report" (one detailing the human experience, one focusing on the squirrel experience). Both Central Park maps are based on the most comprehensive survey of the famed urban green space in the last 70 years, at least.

Warning! These are not boring pieces of art that no one comments on. Hang these on your walls, and people will comment, ask questions, openly wonder if the Squirrel Census is "real" and demand that you explain how "they" know they're not counting the same squirrel twice ... and most of all ask you, "But why?" In short, this package comes with some fun responsibility! Prepare to carry the Squirrel Census torch.

2016 Report/Map measures 20 inches x 28 inches. Central Park Maps are huge, measuring 62 inches x 31 inches.