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Upper West Side »

UPDATE: Wounded Deer Found Near Upper West Side Library Has Died

The deer, believed to have been wounded while crossing the Henry Hudson Parkway, has died, police said.

Flushing »

PHOTOS: Tiny, Adorable Deer Born at Queens Zoo

A Southern Pudu fawn, the world's smallest species of deer, was born at the Queens Zoo.

Travis »

Staten Island Deer Hunter Becomes First in NYC to Plead Guilty to Poaching

David Oakes, 48, pleaded guilty to charges of poaching and faces $3,000 in fines. 

Travis »

Deer Hunter Becomes First Ever Arrested for Poaching in City, Officials Say

David Oakes was caught wearing camouflage gear and carrying a bow and arrow, investigators said.

Pleasant Plains »

Deer Population on Staten Island Leaps 3,200 Percent in 6 Years

A survey found 793 deer living on Staten Island, compared to just 24 in 2008.

Willowbrook »

Deer-Spotting Plane Counts Animals' Population on Staten Island

The Parks Department will conduct an aerial survey of the deer.

Corona »

Tiny, Barking, Kale-Eating Deer Born at Queens Zoo

The southern pudu was born weighing only a pound.

Great Kills & Tottenville »

Hunters Could Cull Staten Island Deer if Lhota Becomes Mayor

Mayoral candidate Joe Lhota says hunters could control Staten Island's deer population.

Bayside »

Deer Dies After Getting Stuck in Queens Schoolyard

A young buck died after getting trapped in Bayside High School's fenced-in yard.

Charleston »

'Deer Are Not Bambi' Campaign Aims to Stop Staten Islanders Feeding Animals

Staten Island's deer population has boomed to an estimated 1,500.

Manhattan »

Actor Charged for Shooting Deer in Tribeca Film Festival Movie

Paul Manza admitted to shooting a pair of deer without a license and outside of hunting season.

Manhattan »

Tribeca Film Festival Cancels Red Carpet for Film With Shot Deer

The Tribeca Film Festival has cancelled the red carpet event for "First Winter."

Manhattan »

Hipsters Illegally Kill Deer in Making of Tribeca Film Festival Movie

Actors in the Tribeca Film Festival's "First Winter" shot two live deer without a license.