Madison’s famous east side turkeys aren’t the only large wild critters making their home in Madison’s urban landscape. Foxes and their larger cousins, coyotes, have recolonized much of the Madison area — even in the face of, or perhaps because of, growing urbanization. One family of foxes has made its home on the UW campus, and have become familiar sites to student and faculty. How do these wild predators accommodate themselves to city life? David Drake is an Associate Professor and Marcus Mueller is a graduate student with the University of Wisconsin Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology. They both run the University’s Urban Canid program and they joined the Monday Buzz on February 23.