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Midtown »

The red-tailed hawk was picked up on West 57th Street.

Upper West Side »

A pipe burst at  The Center for Avian and Exotic Medicine on the Upper West Side Monday morning. 

Greenwich Village »

The Couch's Kingbird has made a temporary home in the West Village. 

Upper East Side »

Physicist Matthew Williamson was approved for a permit to study radiation in Central Park in June.

Brooklyn Heights »

Lemi, a yellow parakeet, went missing on May 9 after she flew away from her Brooklyn Heights family.

Financial District »

Peregrine falcons have returned to nest at 55 Water St., laying four eggs this year.

West Brighton »

A 7-month-old male Tawny Frogmouth, an Australian species which resembles an owl, is coming to the zoo.

Upper East Side »

Eight rare or endangered species of birds have produced hatchlings in Central Park so far this year.

Park Slope »

Beautiful red birds native to South America and the Caribbean recently arrived at the Prospect Park Zoo.

Mariners Harbor »

The oil spill in the Kill Van Kull had no impact on Shooters Island Bird Sanctuary, officials said.

Lower East Side »

The Lower East Side Ecology Center would include a wetland area to shelter birds and produce clean water.

Mariners Harbor »

The U.S. Coast Guard said 2,900 birds are in the affected area.

Riverdale »

The park is the go-to for bird watchers like John Young, who's been birding there for over 50 years.

Upper East Side »

Birds are the focus of this summer's Mostly Mozart Festival, a documentary and upcoming auction.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Washington Heights residents are keeping a watchful eye on a wild turkey that's living on a fire escape.