The red-tailed hawk was picked up on West 57th Street.
A pipe burst at The Center for Avian and Exotic Medicine on the Upper West Side Monday morning.
The Couch's Kingbird has made a temporary home in the West Village.
Physicist Matthew Williamson was approved for a permit to study radiation in Central Park in June.
Lemi, a yellow parakeet, went missing on May 9 after she flew away from her Brooklyn Heights family.
Peregrine falcons have returned to nest at 55 Water St., laying four eggs this year.
A 7-month-old male Tawny Frogmouth, an Australian species which resembles an owl, is coming to the zoo.
Eight rare or endangered species of birds have produced hatchlings in Central Park so far this year.
Beautiful red birds native to South America and the Caribbean recently arrived at the Prospect Park Zoo.
The oil spill in the Kill Van Kull had no impact on Shooters Island Bird Sanctuary, officials said.
The Lower East Side Ecology Center would include a wetland area to shelter birds and produce clean water.
The U.S. Coast Guard said 2,900 birds are in the affected area.
The park is the go-to for bird watchers like John Young, who's been birding there for over 50 years.
Birds are the focus of this summer's Mostly Mozart Festival, a documentary and upcoming auction.
Washington Heights residents are keeping a watchful eye on a wild turkey that's living on a fire escape.
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