Tag: Animal Sightings
We’ve been told a rooster has been residing at and near 400 Central Park West near West 100th Street for the last five days or
The Wild Bird Fund announced the pigeon’s passing on Tuesday.
The illustrious grounds of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine will soon be without its three fabulously-feathered longtime residents: Phil, Jim and Harry.
If you’ve recently taken a brisk stroll in Central Park, there’s a chance you encountered bats in your path. While it may seem unusual, there’s
The high-pitched squawks ring out intermittently all night long, making sleep a chore.
Nestled atop the southwest tower of St. Paul & St. Andrew United Methodist Church (86th and West End Ave) reside New York City’s most fearsome
The original plans for Central Park made no mention of a zoo, but wild animals began to take up residence before construction of the park
On Sunday, park-goers witnessed a magnificent bald eagle chasing another bird (believed to be a seagull) over the Central Park Reservoir.
It was an ordinary scene in New York: a flock of pigeons scrambling for seed on a sidewalk. But this story ends with an abduction,
On a recent trip to the Barnes & Noble at 82nd and Broadway, Upper West Side artist, filmmaker and poet Matt Starr (who we featured