Residents of a Queens neighborhood said they’ve had enough of the pigeon problem that’s left their street a disgusting mess, but they don’t know who to ask for help.
The Long Island Rail Road recently put up fish netting below overhead rails, but birds became trapped in the netting and died.
Spikes and ‘Do Not Feed’ signs only had mixed results so the councilman found $250,000 in his discretionary budget and worked with the MTA to give the urban jungle a new soundtrack.
Kenneth Iacono of North Hempstead was convicted in 2011 and fined for violating a town code prohibiting the feeding and harboring of wild pigeons. He was in State Supreme Court Thursday hoping to get the conviction tossed.
Neighbors complained that the feed attracts hundreds of geese, seagulls, pigeons, ducks, and swans that leave the neighborhood looking and smelling foul.
In Queens, there has a problem lately with pigeons – and pigeon droppings – at several elevated subway stations.
Mike Tyson loves his pigeons. It’s a known fact. So his revelation Thursday morning on WFAN radio was sort of a shock to us all.
Someone is deliberately poisoning pigeons in Manhattan, and others pets could be at risk.
A New Jersey resident is fighting to keep his three chickens, even though he doesn’t have enough land to legally keep them. In Wayne, the local law says his quarter acre is just too small.
According to parkgoers, the possibly homeless group of hunters first catch small animals, like a pigeon, and then roast their kill over an open fire.
It’s a jungle down there. Lately the Internet has been agog at the variety of varmints caught popping up on the New York City subway system.