Another goat has been found wandering around near the Hutchinson River Parkway in the Bronx, the third such incident this summer. City Room reports that the goat, a brown male Nubian believed to be about a month old, was at death's door with pneumonia when it was discovered on Tuesday wandering around a nursing home near where the parkway intersects with Interstate 95. Employees corralled the goat, and it was taken in by Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, N.Y., where it's still quite ill, but expected to survive. The location where the goat was found is not far from where two other goats were found wandering in late July. Richard Gentles at Animal Care & Control tells the Daily News that he doesn't know why the area is so popular with goats, but speculates that "someone owns them and are keeping them in their backyards." (That's illegal in New York City.) And Farm Sanctuary's director believes the Hutchinson River Parkway "has become something of an 'underground railroad' for goats looking to escape New York City's live markets with their lives."