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Park Slope »

Four new weed-munching goats have taken to the park's Lookout Hill.

Prospect Heights »

Four goats, including a pygmy named Max, now call the east side of the park home.

Astoria »

"Nari Ward: G.O.A.T., again" is the first single-artist show the park has ever displayed.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Goats, dogs, cats, sheep and falcons have all found gainful employment in the Big Apple.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The six-goat herd is now chewing near the Vale of Cashmere, the Prospect Park Alliance said.

Park Slope »

The goats have gone upstate to rest their stomachs and will return when vegetation replenishes.

Brooklyn Heights »

A herd of goats has arrived at Brooklyn Bridge Park to clear weeds for the summer.

Brooklyn Heights »

We've wrangled the week's animal stories into one corral, for your reading pleasure.

Park Slope »

Eight goats will spend the spring and summer eating poison ivy in the park's Vale of Cashmere.

Red Hook »

Two goats spent Sunday afternoon roaming near the Swedish megastore in Brooklyn, observers said.

Clinton Hill »

From a barking deer to grazing goats, the city is full of curious (and cute) creatures.


Five goats are grazing a 6,000-square-foot pasture near the Manhattan Bridge to make way for condos.  

Governors Island »

Two young female goats are moving to Governors Island for the summer.