Coywolves in Parks
A successful example of introducing wolves into a park was Yellowstone Natural Park. The wolves that were introduced into this environment help to decrease the ever growing population of deer, because the this flowers and plant life flourished, this lead to an increase in some of the smaller animals as they now had a habitat to live in. This finally lead to a change in the rivers as expanding root systems change pooling areas of water.
Coywolves in Short Hills
In Short Hills they are experiencing problems with overpopulation of deer. This is a problem as much of the forest plant life is being eaten by the deer, and can not regenerate fast enough to support the large population. Coywolves could help solve this issue if they were introduced into thee short hills, deer is a main food source for coywolves and they could reduce to population of deer, which would in turn give the forest a chance to regenerate it plants it has lost.