Some residents of Millville witnessed birds, including red-winged blackbirds and sparrows, falling out of the sky and dying around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.
If you go for a stroll on a beach in Connecticut, you best walk with care, WCBS 880 Bureau Chief Fran Schneidau reported.
“They are flying through. This is their ancient flyway and they go smashing into the skyscrapers we built right on their path,” said Rita McMahon.
Residents living near Fairfield Ludlowe High School needn’t keep their eyes fixed on the sky anymore.
Who will protect our birds? It’s a question being asked by the Connecticut Audubon Society. Conservation director Milan Bull says the problem is that kids today aren’t being encouraged to get outdoors, and tune into nature.
It sounds like something out of the Old Testament, but there’s nothing ominous here.
It’s being viewed by many as a bird-brained idea from city and federal officials, putting a garbage transfer station right in the flight path of planes flying to and from LaGuardia Airport.
Bird watchers are all a flutter after a pink-footed goose was spotted in New Jersey. Serious birders have been getting up early to see the unusual sight.
On the banks of the Hudson River in Montrose, eagles are flying around George’s Island.
New Jersey environmental officials want to add five species to the state’s endangered list and reclassify the bald eagle and seven other types of birds.
Bird-watchers on Long Island are all atwitter at the sighting of a common ground dove, normally not seen north of South Carolina.
Some of New York City’s iconic skyscrapers are joining a campaign to help millions of migrating birds this fall.