Pelham Bay »

The Atlantic Marine Conservation Society is investigating how the animal washed up on the shore.

Upper West Side »

Frolic among tulips, march for immigrants' rights or get a tattoo while you adopt a pet this weekend.

Jamaica »

NYC Audubon got a $40,000 grant from the NY Community Trust to create a first-ever database.

Gowanus »

Many assumed the contaminated canal killed the whale, but that wasn't the case, researchers found later.

Tottenville »

Bill de Blasio mistakenly touted an 89 percent drop, when it was actually only 31 percent.

Tottenville »

There were only seven car crashes involving deer on S.I. this year, down from 63 last year.

Flatbush »

Habakkuk Tracey was arrested for keeping the feisty gator along with crack and a gun, police said.

Belmont »

The zoo has eight of the animals, called Indian gharials, at their river habitat in JungleWorld.

Rockaway Park »

The young humpback whale was approximately 60,000 lbs., and was buried in Rockaway, officials said. 

Greenwich Village »

Hawk-watchers are grateful to NYU's new president for bringing back the ability to watch the birds.

Rockaway Park »

The 25- to 30-foot-long whale was found at Beach 117th Street in Rockaway Park. 

Financial District »

A longtime "Falcon Cam" broadcasts a live video of nesting falcons and their eggs at 55 Water St.

Park Slope »

A hawk couple is starting a family in the bell tower of St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church.

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