(Photo by Julie Larsen Maher/WCS)

They will live in "an expansive, grassland habitat" at the Queens Zoo, where director Dr. Scott Silver says: “Having these animals at the Queens Zoo is an opportunity for people to see coyotes up close and to learn more about these fascinating yet often misunderstood animals.” There have been plenty of coyote sightings in NYC, so you may interested to know that these guys are "generally shy and tend to avoid people as much as possible." They also use the bike lane.