Earlier this year, NYC Parks proposed a prohibition on feeding birds and squirrels. As detailed on the site, The Statement of Basis and Purpose of Proposed Rule reads: NYC Parks proposes to amend […]
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I'm an attorney and animal advocate in New York City. I blog about animal welfare, animal rights, and veganism on The Paw Report, and movies and books on Serpent Club. I enjoy reading, horror films, and photography. One day I'll finish my novel, climb Kilimanjaro and master astrophotography.
In honor of Central Park’s birthday, I tweeted on my personal account a few of my favorite photos that I’ve taken of Central Park. As I wrote in a previous post about […]
I’m writing this in response to the recent Daily Mail article, “Waitrose sells ‘guilt-free’ foie gras that avoids force feeding geese by making the delicacy in a lab using the livers of […]
Pardon my lack of updating. It’s been a hectic past few months. In that time I have rekindled my love for photography, and after renting a number of different lenses for my […]
I was lucky enough to receive a copy of Where Oceans Hide Their Dead in exchange for an honest review. Oceans is the follow-up to The Tourist Trail, and like its predecessor, delivers […]
With thanks to the National Link Coalition‘s newsletter, I present a selection of legislation that animal advocates may want to be following. The legislation summaries are courtesy of the National Link Coalition, […]
Recently, animal advocates had cause to celebrate: Starting on March 1, NYC carriage horses will no longer be forced to stand on the 59th Street hack line alongside traffic and car exhaust […]
Children in kindergarten were cruel to the class robot until it was given a name. What can this story help teach advocates who want to help animals?
Hi readers! I hope you’ve been well! As I get back into regularly posting on my site, I thought it would be nice to change up the layout. I made a new […]
Should there be a prohibition on feeding birds in NYC parks? I say no. But proposed rule would make it so.
Like many New Yorkers, I’ve had fond experiences of feeding birds and squirrels in public parks. A proposed rule, which would amend § 1-04(g) of Chapter 1 of Title 56 of the […]