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The annual return of these aquatic mammals to the city’s harbor could signify improvements in coastal water quality and bring a renewed commitment to protecting local wildlife even in urban areas.
The next two city sites under development are located in Staten Island along the Arthur Kill and are part of a larger plan to develop an offshore wind supply chain network in New York City.
April 22nd marks the start International Dark Sky Week, a reminder that light pollution has impacts on human health, animals, plants and climate change.
Most of these historic fruits were once plentiful on the city’s grassy knolls and hills. But they’ve since been mostly lost to climate change and mass agriculture.
State-first sightings are a big deal to birders, and this one set the avian world atwitter.
The climate problem was so detrimental last year that it squeezed the global supply of maple syrup. Unabated, it could even end maple syrup production on this side of the northern border.
Send a shell-pink flare into the sky, for the time of our erubescence is upon us. Cherry blossom trees around the city have started to bloom.
The latest edition of The Squirrel Census counted at 24 parks across Brooklyn and Manhattan. But outside of the wildlife counting, it could hold lessons about adapting to climate change.
The eagle, named Rover, has seemingly made a move from Brooklyn to Manhattan, drawing New Yorkers to Central Park.
New York City tends to quiet down in the winter, but the critters inhabiting its parks still manage to keep wildlife technician Marty Woess running around.
On Thursday morning, NYC got a front-row view of a stunning "ring of fire" solar eclipse. Missed it? Here are some photos.
The city’s waterfront is facing a critical moment, as sea levels are expected to begin rising at an accelerated rate.
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