Freshkills Park: Turning Staten Island Landfill Into Park Cripples Bird Population

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Freshkills Park: Turning Staten Island Landfill Into Park Cripples Bird Population
What’s Your Reaction? Unfortunately, Freshkills Park isn’t what Fresh Kills landfill once was to bird-watchers. “There used to be more birds when it was a dump,” said Susan Fowler, an office administrator, told The New York Times. Strange, isn’t it?

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