Monthly Archives: June 2013
Here’s an interesting piece about Robin Nagle’s Picking Up. When we were on the Rat Safari, it was mentioned to us, as well as Robert Sullivan’s Rats.
Manhattan’s East 91st Street Marine Transfer Station has long divided people into two camps. via Mayoral candidates weigh in on East 91st Street Marine Transfer Station.
This pilot program is really cool. Adding a new food waste stream may contribute decreasing rat population in New York City. —– Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, who has tried to curb soda consumption, ban smoking in parks and encourage bike … Continue reading
It’s a shame our organism is a burrower. GPS would be great. And the Cameras would be good too. http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-57589255-1/cat-secrets-researchers-track-50-felines-with-gps-cams/
In the evening of June 6th, 2013, we observed wild rats in Manhattan and discussed how to research the rat behavior related to food wastes in trash cans.
CUNY Mapping Service by GC’s Center for Urban Research