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Everyone agrees the Riverside Park boat basin needs to be upgraded. Not everyone likes the city's plan: "This looked like the monstrosity on the Hudson."
About two dozen of the hoofed helpers will devour the poison ivy in hilly sections of the park.
The Riverside Park Conservancy will celebrate its 35th anniversary with the public art exhibit "RE:GROWTH, A Celebration of Art, Riverside Park, and the New York Spirit."
In which the raccoons become the highlight of a person's week, and the best live entertainment there is in town.
Things are eerily quiet, as the two are perched in stillness, not acknowledging one another.
A former longtime manager of the Boat Basin confirmed the news to Gothamist.
It is one of the unheralded nature-oriented treasures of the city; it's a perfect place for long walks and exercise, it boasts spectacular river vistas, and it's rarely overcrowded like those other more popular Manhattan parks.
Beavers have been extremely rare in New York City until 2007.
The goats have returned to swallow more coarse vegetation and scowl for your Instagrams.
A highly-specialized team of poison ivy-munching goats is coming to Riverside Park this summer.
The official cause of death was drowning.
Police believe that Tala and Rotana Farea may have taken their own lives after their application for political asylum from Saudi Arabia was denied.
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