Did NYC's Celebrity Redhead Duck Find Mallard Love?
Between December 30 and March 16, a strikingly plumaged drake Redhead duck resided on a small body of murky water near Central Park’s northwest corner.
As Leaves Fall, Celebrate All of the Life that Unfolds on Their Stage
Ten minutes after sunset, I stood below a black tupelo in Central Park, agape. From its broad, upright crown to
On Spider Biodiversity, My Arachnophobia, and Our Place in the Universe
Paraphidippus fartilis is a large, tree-dwelling jumping spider that in the United States lives in a single county: Cameron County,
A Buff-breasted Sandpiper Flies from the Arctic to Southern South America via New York City
Buff-breasted Sandpipers fly more than 20,000 miles each year to mate and lay their eggs on the northernmost fringes of the North American continent.