As you can see from this map, there's a greenbelt that runs straight out of the hills (upper Bidwell Park) and into Lower Bidwell Park, which bisects the city.
I often take my walks in Lower Bidwell, and frequently see Coyotes in broad daylight. Even outside the park, as Coyotes adjust just fine to suburban life. We haven't had a Mountain Lion sighting in Lower Bidwell in about a decade, but it does happen.
Here's the satellite map of Paradise, if you were curious to the extent of the damage from the fire. Current Population is about 1/10th pre-fire level.
Like, it seems the airport is not being used as an airport but as some kind of staging centre? There's cars driving and parked all over what would have been the runway and a bunch of shipping containers/trailers piled up at the end.
Or the couple of little parks here and there which were restored/grew back when everything around them (including all the other greenery) is still scorched earth.
And the Google map markers for businesses which are just dust is a very modern (albeit completley unintentional), bit of post-apocalyptica.