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Staten Island landfill-turned-park shows nature's resilience
by Elly Park
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31 August 2017
On 31 August 2017 Reuters reported:
A former New York landfill transforming into a park is stirring scientists and environmental researchers to birdsong as wildlife flock to a haven once known as the world's biggest garbage dump. Scavenger seagulls, which once feasted on the daily dumps of up to 29,000 tons of solid waste in Staten Island's Freshkills Park, are being replaced by ospreys and nesting pairs of grasshopper sparrows, an endangered species in New York State, as well as kestrels, snowy owls, foxes, groundhogs and deer.
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