Several pairs of green herons are building nests or raising young in what’s becoming a heron co-op near the Lullwater in Prospect Park.
Keep reading Green heron co-op forming in Prospect Park
The new scorecard for the FWS recovery effort: 58 Mexican wolves in wild. Agents killed 13 on purpose, 18 by accident and let another 43 get killed illegally. Oh, and zero new wolves released since 2007.
Brooklyn got its first two great horned owl babies in a century this spring. Maybe they stayed away because they were so scared of the songbirds.
The Prospect Park owls have learned to fly, but are still hanging around near their nest with their parents.
For the last two or three months I’ve really slacked off with blogging about animal tourism. I blame my daughter, Ginger, born July 29.
To stop USDA Wildlife Services agents from killing geese unnecessarily, Brooklyn volunteers contemplate citizen arresting agents for animal cruelty.
Keep reading Brooklyn geese protectors strategize for next year