Category Archives: Birds

Have you seen his parrot?

One Brooklyn man lost his talented parrot this weekend. His opera singing bird flew off of his shoulder while they were bike riding, according to the New York Post. It is a performing parrot that loves to sing for the … Continue reading

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Turkey Feast

One farm has a different twist on Thanksgiving. Last week, when most were eating turkeys, Farm Sanctuary was feeding them, according to the New York Times. Rather than making turkeys the centerpiece of the meal, they feed rescued turkeys. The … Continue reading

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Unwelcome Biodiversity in Prospect Park?

Some living thing is thriving in the Prospect Park lake, now  “a breeding ground for a dangerous bacteria that’s been known to kill animals and sicken humans,” the Post claims. “Cyanobacteria have been insidiously multiplying on the lake since the … Continue reading

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Wild Turkey Overpopulation in Staten Island Conveniently Reported in Early November

“The turkeys keep coming and coming and coming. They never stop,” Suloa Perasevic, 37, of Ocean Breeze told the Daily News. A riveting piece of journalism published in today’s News says wild turkeys of Staten Island “are multiplying – and getting … Continue reading

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BP All Set to Drill in the Gulf Again

British Petroleum will be drilling seven new exploratory wells in the Gulf of Mexico next year, Green blog reports. The Obama administration gave the oil giant a drilling permit last week, saying “BP has met all of the enhanced safety requirements that we have … Continue reading

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Wildlife Already Flocking to New Trees

By the end of the planting event in Queens on Saturday, there were already two types of wildlife climbing the branches of the saplings. A praying mantis crawled around the trees as we looked on.  One research student, Ian Johnson, … Continue reading

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Wings Among the Skyscrapers

One of New York’s celebrity couples is still around and flying strong… literally. Fifth Avenue’s Red-Tail Hawks, Pale Male and Lima, had a surprise visit from their youngster, Stinker-One, on Sunday, Oct. 10. Here are the newest pictures of the … Continue reading

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