City's Plan To Outlaw Feeding Squirrels, Pigeons Sparks Fierce Debate Among NYC ResidentsThat means feeding birds and squirrels - which many people love to do - could mean fines or even jail time and that’s sparking a heated debate across the five boroughs.
'They Are The Epitome Of New York': Author Explains Why Pigeons Fit In With Hustle And Bustle Of Big AppleIn an urban environment like New York City, one of the few connections with nature is the pigeon. It's a bird largely ignored, but one man is bringing the beauty of the pigeon into focus.
Woman Faces Lawsuit For Feeding Pigeons Outside Her NoHo ApartmentOne woman’s love of pigeons is a problem for others. Now, she’s forced to stop feeding the feathered friends she adores.
Man Seen Netting Pigeons, Hauling Them Off From New York City StreetsPigeons are disappearing from New York City streets, but not for natural reasons.
350 Pigeons Found Flying Freely Inside Long Island HomeThe pigeons were uncaged and flying freely within the home located at Abbott Avenue near the junction of Bangs and Olin avenues, authorities said.
Pigeon Power: Birds Swoop Into Stadium, Yankees Fly HighSo exactly who's gotten the New York Yankees flying so high? A rookie slugger, a fresh set of pitchers? Sure, they've helped. But maybe it's something more.
Artist Sends Pigeons Soaring Over East River, Fitted With LED LightsAn artist’s dream took flight Thursday night, as more than 2,000 pigeons soared over the East River outfitted in lights.
LED-Equipped Pigeons To Illuminate NYC Skies In 'Fly By Night' Art EventAbout 2,000 homing pigeons will illuminate New York City's night sky in a project by Brooklyn-based artist Duke Riley.
Queens Residents Disgusted By Pigeons Splattering Sidewalk With DroppingsResidents 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.
Lindenhurst Residents: New Anti-Pigeon Netting At LIRR Station InhumaneThe Long Island Rail Road recently put up fish netting below overhead rails, but birds became trapped in the netting and died.
Neighbors Say Woodside Hawk Recordings Are For The BirdsSpikes 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.
For The Birds? LI Man Convicted Of Illegal Bird Feeding Appeals To Clear RecordKenneth 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.