WNYC One Man's Search for the Elusive Snakehead Fish in Central Park WNYC Rumors that the predatory and invasive fish was spotted in Central Park has captured the imagination of some New Yorkers — and it's also inspired some anglers like Rodriguez...
Central Park jogger tells her story in Greenfield The Keene Sentinel Trisha Meili, the 'Central Park jogger,' holds up the New York City Marathon medal that was given to her by a runner seven months after she was attacked.
The Complete Guide to New York's Central Park, with info about SummerStage, Shakespeare in the Park, the Zoo - plus Maps, Guides and all The Secrets of Central Park from the upcoming book by John B. Moore.
John Moore's insight:
While Central Park offers a tranquil respite all year round from the surrounding cacophony of urban life, it is during the springtime that the park really sparkles. Starting at the middle of March, sometimes before the snows of winter have even completely disappeared, you can find snowdrops and crocuses poking up between the leaves and tree roots. These are soon followed by daffodils and tulips as the entire park erupts in a fragrant display of early flowering pastels. By mid April the Central Park landscape is awash in cherry blossoms and magnolia flowers that signal the completed transformation from dreary winter to spring celebration. Here is a countdown of my picks for the ten very best places in the park to view this amazing floral display.
Environmental officials are planning to survey a Central Park lake this week to search for an invasive type of toothy predator fish that threatens to disrupt the ecosystem.The northern snakehead fish, native to China, Russia and Korea, has been spotted...
A Birder's Guide to Central Park New York Observer It's been a chilly spring so far, but that hasn't delayed the parade of songbirds that migrate north through Central Park around this time every year.
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