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Roxbury »

The 1-year-old seal is recovering at the Riverhead Foundation, officials said. 

Red Hook »

Witnesses saw the dead animal Wednesday morning near Conover Street and the Pier 44 garden.

Tompkinsville »

Fans of marine wildlife say goodbye to seals but welcome Humpback Whale season.

Inwood »

The seal, which was first spotted on Monday, has been showing up on a dock near Columbia's boathouse.

Inwood »

The seal frolicked in the water before hopping onto a Columbia University rowing dock.

Rockaway Beach »

The harbor seal is likely less than a year old, an official said. 

The Rockaways »

A young harp seal made his way onto Rockaway Beach Thursday to shed his coat, officials said.

Williamsburg »

The seal climbed the rocks at East River State Park Thursday morning, residents said.

Rockaway Beach »

A healthy seal was found on Rockaway Beach Tuesday morning, after a sick one was rescued the day before.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Signs hung on gates near the Inwood shoreline warn locals not to feed or harass wild dolphins, not seals.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

The Inwood seal has returned to the water, but uptown residents are naming her in case she returns.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

After being given a clean bill of health, Inwood's newest resident is gaining popularity online and in person.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

A gray seal was spotted Wednesday afternoon in Inwood on a beach near the Hudson River.