The town of Oyster Bay wants to shut down Bobby Horvath, the wildlife rehabilitator you call when you’ve got a coyote, owl, hawk, or pelican problem in NYC.
Keep reading NYC’s top wildlife rehabber may be shut down by overreaching suburban zoning code
The Prospect Park owls have learned to fly, but are still hanging around near their nest with their parents.
Keep reading Prospect Park owls fledged; Hawk parent nabs a pigeon
Tell the FWS that Chicago and Milwaukee would like Hackmatack, a new wildlife refuge they could drive to. You might see whooping cranes, river otter, cougars, blandings turtles and all kinds of birds there. They take comments until April 27 and are set to decide this fall.
Keep reading Tell the USFWS you want a Chicagoland wildlife refuge
The women who care for wildlife around Houston have professionalized the group, which treats mockingbirds, armadillos, pelicans, sea turtles and anything covered in oil.
Keep reading Houston organizes rehabbers in Wildlife Center of Texas
Hundreds of Park Slope parents and birders got to see a bald eagle, an orange-faced king vulture and a ton of hawks fly through Brooklyn’s Nethermead.
Keep reading Hawk blooper at Prospect Park Raptorfest
Just a couple years after the Shiba Inu cam sensation, wild animals are fascinating millions of viewers with reality TV, family tragedies and triumphs.
Keep reading Top 10 Animal Webcams of 2011
One hawk widowed to rat poison has to raise her eyasses alone in Riverside Park. A kestrel got so big laying eggs, she can’t fit into the cornice nest cavity.
Keep reading The hazards of being a hawk in New York City
In New York City, kestrels turn to rotted out cornices of old tenement buildings for nesting cavities. Starlings team up to push them out of the neighborhood
Keep reading Kestrels nest in NYC Cornices
Wild boars are thriving near Fukushima Daichi nuclear power plant, but test with really high levels of radiation. What will happen to the birds and fish that migrate through?
Keep reading Wildlife near Fukushima: thriving but radioactive
The East Village hawk known as The Dominatrix isn’t building a nest in Tompkins Square Park after all, but she may be the one now showing off her egg-sitting abilities to the world via a New York Times web cam.
Keep reading East Village hawk Dominatrix favors fancy NYU building over Tompkins Square