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Midtown »

The Manhattan woman who said she discovered a mouse in her Zara dress is by no means alone.

Upper West Side »

Increasing green space is luring coyotes south of The Bronx.

Pelham Bay »

A new map by the Natural Areas Conservancy locates 10,000 acres of natural areas in city parks.

Lower East Side »

The young male will reunite with its nesting partner when it's back to full health.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Local birders are looking to include the rare bird on 2016 birdwatching lists, a local expert said.

Tompkinsville »

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

Inwood »

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

Prospect Heights »

An acre of flora from the New York area will be on display at the new Discovery Garden.

Crown Heights »

Parents looking for fun this Passover weekend should check out “The Wild World of Animals.”

Upper East Side »

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

Navy Yard »

The Brooklyn Greenway Initiative is planning a new park at Kent and Flushing avenues.

New York City »

Wildlife rehabilitator Bobby Horvath, who helps hordes of sick and wounded animals, could be shut down.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

A red-tailed hawk was spotted Tuesday in Gramercy Park, thrilling bird watchers.

Midtown & Theater District »

John Naftali has been designing and producing clothes for famous clients in Midtown since 1980.

Downtown »

Zelda, Battery Park's resident turkey, enjoyed Thanksgiving hopping around a playground by herself.