Wild Ride: Wildlife Rehabilitator Takes Injured Swan On Subway From Queens To Upper West SideAriel Cordova-Rojas, who used to work at the Wild Bird Fund, was birding at Jamaica Bay last week when she spotted the swan.
NYC Set To Require 'Bird-Friendly' Glass On New ConstructionNew York will be the largest city in the nation to require glass that is visible to birds if the measure passes.
Student Caught Stashing Rescued Wild Turkey In School Art Studio"Tutu" the turkey is now getting special care at the Wild Bird Fund on the Upper West Side.
Pest Control Workers Rescue Injured Owl In MidtownWorkers of a pest control company that usually try to get rid of critters swooped in and made a big save, rescuing an owl that had struck a building in midtown Manhattan.
NYPD, Wild Bird Fund Team Up To Save Pair Of Red-Tailed HawksTwo Red-Tailed Hawks, one found nearly starved to death, another shot in the wing, are now on the mend.
Eye On New York: 'Project Unbreakable,' Back-To-School Shopping, Fall Movie Preview, And MoreHollywood.com movie critic Christian Blauvelt previewed some of the big movies coming out.
1 Year Later, Wild Bird Fund Sees Plenty Of Wild Birds -- And More -- On UWSIt's been nearly a year since the Wild Bird Fund opened New York City's only center for wildlife rehabilitation, located on Manhattan's Upper West Side. 1010 WINS' Susan Richard checks in with the city's feathered friends and their caretakers.
Wild Bird Fund Opens First Ever Wildlife Rehabilitation Center In New York CityHelping wildlife in an urban jungle, the Wild Bird Fund has opened New York City's first ever wildlife rehabilitation center on West 87th street and Columbus Avenue in Manhattan.
Volunteers Care For Birds At NYC Wildlife Rehab Center"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.