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The Dos and Don’ts of Owning a Hedgehog In NYC

The Godfather of Brooklyn’s Feral Parrot Colony

Tracking the Great Coyote Invasion of NYC

As wild coyotes turn up everywhere from Central Park to Queens, one band of ecologists armed with tree-mounted cameras and cheese-scented lures seeks to understand just what these...

The Pigeon Kings of Brooklyn

Three New Yorkers find poetry and their own religion, competing for the hearts and minds of a gaggle of pigeons high in the skies over Brooklyn.

Bernie Goetz, Squirrel Vigilante

New York’s infamous subway shooter is on an unorthodox mission to save the city’s squirrels—even if that means putting their snouts in his mouth.

Something Fishy This Way Comes

Urban aquaponics is poised to be the next big thing in hip, big-city farming…but does anyone actually know what they’re doing?

Tales from New Yorkers and Their Pets

From a runaway cat on a leash to haunting hamsters and clandestine burials at the Met, seven New Yorkers share funny, bizarre and heartwarming stories of life with their furry,...

Watch Dog

As a blind woman in Queens seeks the perfect canine companion, an elite training school prepares pups for the toughest assignment they’ll ever receive: life in NYC.

The Pigeon Queen of Riverside Drive