Mike Ball watched a couple of geese navigate the intersection of Mass. Ave. and Boylston Street this afternoon.Read more
Curt Nickisch phototographed this poor hawk unable to figure a way out of Alewife station around 7:30 p.m. The Animal Rescue League reports a happy ending to this tale:
Got word that the hawk was caught and moved outside.Read more
A concerned citizen reports tonight:
Attention! Two ducks stranded across from Christian Science plaza There are two ducks taking shelter in the enclosed walk way. I don't know how long they've been there but I'm worried about their condition. I've called animal control but they aren't very helpful.Read more
Arlington Police acknowledged yesterday the town is besieged by turkeys, who have taken to strutting about the place as if they own it:
As if the snow hasnâ€™t put enough of a wrench in the morning and afternoon commute it seems we have a flock of turkeys gathering on some of our busier streets. Now donâ€™t tell them I said this but they are...Read more
Roving UHub photographer Edward Zarrow reports this screech owl has been quietly observing the comings and goings of the 51 bus and its riders today at Weld and Maple streets in West Roxbury.Read more
Craig Caplan looked out his window in Peabody this morning to see not just a lot of snow but a lot of deer.Read more
At least two rabbits have taken up occupancy on the grounds of the Federal Reserve Bank downtown.
Sitting in traffic on Congress St. next to Fed Reserve bank watching a rabbit pick through the dead garden....Read more
Around 5:30 p.m., we were heading home from the supermarket (yeah, after kickoff). We were in the right lane inbound on Washington Street, coming up on West Roxbury Parkway. There, in the left lane, just standing there, looking down the road - but not at us - was a coyote.
I slowed, flashed my brights and it ambled off across the road and up...Read more
A pigeon tried to huddle into itself today on Court Street. One can only imagine what it'll look like tomorrow.Read more
It has come to this: Brookline Police apparently now have to stock their cruisers with hockey sticks to keep the town's poultry punks under control. Science-fiction writer and elected town official Michael A. Burstein captured the tense moment Monday morning at Sumner and Blake streets. No word if the Boston cruiser was there for extra firepower, just in case....Read more