Regardless of his or her name, the white squirrel of the Public Garden is back: Read more.
Louise Miller's already cool view out her Beacon Hill window got a little better this morning.
At 1:03 this morning, a concerned South End citizen filed a 311 complaint:
Cat up tree. Was fighting with something and ran up tree. 1255 am sat. Tree in front of 149 Worcester st. 02118
Roving UHub photographer Mary Ellen watched an American kestrel hunting for a meal over Millennium Park yesterday.
Roving UHub photographer Caroline Driscoll spotted this feathered Freedom Trail walker in front of Aqua Pazza at North and Richmond streets in the North End this afternoon.
Last seen heading up North towards Cross Street. My guess is that it’s heading back to the Green Line to get to its Brookline headquarters.
Rocco Giustino spotted this turkey asserting its dominance over an electric car in Dorchester's Polish Triangle today.
The MBTA reports delays on the Riverside Line due to an injured owl caught between the tracks at Brookline Hills, but that a worker safely removed Hooty and handed him over to the town's animal control officer.
Derek Lessing spotted some snow-covered witch hazel on West Newton Street in the South End today.
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