Central Park Raccoons Dying from ‘Canine Distemper’ Virus Canine distemper, a virus that can be deadly in animals, has recently been spreading among Central Park raccoons. Two have tested positive
Posts published in “central park”
It’s Peak Bird-Watching Season in Central Park; Birding Bob and the Gang Are Soaring Adrenaline is running high among amateur ornithologists as dozens of species of migratory birds make their annual pit stops in Central Park.
SummerStage Wins Approval for Structural Upgrade and New Stage Community Board 7 voted to approve the City Parks Foundation’s plan to upgrade the SummerStage venue in Central Park, which, according to
Video: Central Park is Lovely and Empty in the Blizzard Robyn Roth-Moise captured the scene around Central Park’s Bethesda Fountain on Thursday, as whipping winds and snow covered the landscape.
Morning Bulletin: Man Survives Tumble Onto Tracks, Imagining A Central Park Golf Course October 9, 2017 Weather: Rainy with a high of 74 degrees.
COLUMBUS STATUE DEFACED WITH BLOOD-RED HANDS, ‘HATE WILL NOT BE TOLERATED’ SIGN A statue of Christopher Columbus in the southern end of Central Park was defaced sometime between late Monday and Tuesday morning
MORNING BULLETIN: WHOLE FOODS SLASHING PRICES, STATUE VANDALIZED, HAWK UNITES COUPLE August 28, 2017 Weather: Partly cloudy with a high of 74 degrees.
WEEKEND COLUMN: A NIGHT IN CENTRAL PARK ‘WAS THE MOST PEACEFUL SLEEP I’VE HAD IN YEARS’ Oona Shanley sent us a note about her experience camping in Central Park. She won a spot after seeing our post
SNAPPING TURTLES ARE ON THE MOVE AND LAYING EGGS IN CENTRAL PARK; WHAT TO DO IF YOU SEE ONE It’s egg-laying season for snapping turtles, and people have been seeing them walking around Central Park, sometimes in unexpected places.
4 FREE OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES START THIS MONTH There are several outdoor concert series that will start soon on the Upper West Side.