How many pigeons are there in New York City?
547, 821,691 pigeoens in nyc, but 465468 visit from NJ weekly and 4665465 visit from Connecticut weekly and 22,250,000 from upstae new york and Long Island
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The New York City Department of Health lists more than 20,000 restaurants on their "Restaurant Inspection Information" web site.
\n. \n Colleges in New York City \n. \nThere are A LOT of universites/ collages in or very close to New York City. Here are a list of them:\n. \nThe Ailey School (Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater) \nAmerican Musical and Dramatic Academy \nBank Street College of Education \nBard College (Glo…balization and International Affairs Program) \nBerkeley College \nBoricua College \nBramson ORT College \nBriarcliffe College \nBrooklyn Law School \nCity University of New York (multiple campuses) \nBaruch College \nBorough of Manhattan Community College \nBrooklyn College \nBronx Community College \nCity College of New York \nSophie Davis School of Biomedical Education \nCUNY Graduate Center \nCUNY School of Professional Studies \nCUNY Graduate School of Journalism \nCUNY Law School (at Queens College) \nCollege of Staten Island \nHostos Community College \nHunter College \nJohn Jay College of Criminal Justice \nKingsborough Community College \nLaGuardia Community College \nLehman College \nMedgar Evers College \nNew York City College of Technology \nQueens College \nQueensborough Community College \nYork College \nCollege of Mount Saint Vincent \nColumbia University \nBarnard College \nTeachers College \nCooper Union \nDeVry University \nFordham University \nGeneral Theological Seminary \nGlobe Institute of Technology \nInterboro Institute \nJewish Theological Seminary of America \nJuilliard School \nKatharine Gibbs School \nThe King's College \nLaboratory Institute of Merchandising \nLong Island University \nManhattan College \nManhattan Institute of Management \nManhattan School of Music \nMarymount Manhattan College \nMercy College \nMetropolitan College of New York \nMonroe College \nThe New School (formerly the New School for Social Research) \nEugene Lang College \nMannes College of Music \nParsons School of Design \nNew York Career Institute \nNew York Institute of Technology \nNew York Law School \nNew York School of Interior Design \nNYSUM \nNew York University of Architecture \nNew York University \nMount Sinai School of Medicine \nPace University \nPhillips Beth Israel School of Nursing \nPlaza College \nPolytechnic University of New York \nPratt Institute \nRockefeller University \nSaint Francis College \nSaint John's University \nNew Brunswick Theological Seminary \nSaint Joseph's College \nSanford-Brown Institute \nSchool of American Ballet \nSchool of Visual Arts \nState University of New York (multiple campuses) \nStudio Maestro \nFashion Institute of Technology \nSUNY Downstate Medical Center \nSUNY Maritime College \nSUNY State College of Optometry \nSwedish Institute of Massage Therapy \nTechnical Career Institute College of Technology \nTouro College \nTri-State College of Acupuncture \nUnion Theological Seminary \nVaughn College of Aeronautics & Technology \nWagner College \nWeill Medical College (Cornell University) \nYeshiva University \nAlbert Einstein College of Medicine \nBenjamin N. Cardozo School of Law \n. \n(I have to thank Wikipedia for help!)\n. \nI hope I helped! I told you there were a lot!\n. \n(to look more about collages in New York City go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_colleges_and_universities_in_New_York_City ) (MORE)
Five. New York City is comprised of five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx and Staten Island. Each borough is also a county: Manhattan is New York County, Brooklyn is Kings County, Staten Island is Richmond County, and Queens and The Bronx have the same names (Queens County and Bronx… County). (MORE)
New York is a state with a population of more than 19 million people. Naming all the streets in the state would be prohibitive. New York City has a population of more than 8 million people. Naming all the streets in the city would be prohibitive. To the above - bull. There are databases mainta…ined of of streets from assessor's offices, to internet mapmakers, to surveyors - not to mention phone directories and the US Post Office! Any one who had access to these could generate a simple report with unique-name street counts! (MORE)
Manhattan has at least 16 bridges that connect the island to neighboring areas. The George Washington Bridge, The Triborough Bridge, The Queensboro Bridge, The Williamsburgh Bridge, The Manhattan Bridge, The Brooklyn Bridge, The Willis Avenue Bridge, The Third Avenue Bridge, The Madison Avenue Bridg…e, The 145th Street Bridge, The Macombs Dam Bridge, The Washington Bridge, The Cross Bronx Expressway Overpass, The University Heights 207th Street Bridge, The Broadway Bridge, and The Henry Hudson Bridge. The Highbridge at 173rd street is no longer in use, but still spans the river.There are 2,027 bridges and tunnels overall in the New York City metro area. (MORE)
There are over eight million people that live in New York City. Outof those eight million people, seventy percent are Christians.
\nWell if there are eight million people in new york city and a barber works forty hours a week and only works fifty weeks a year And people get a hAircut every five weeks as a boy and girl average then there are ten thousand
There are no villages in New York City, it's a city. People do refer to the area of downtown NYC called Greenwich Village as "the Village" (within this category you may hear "East Village" or "West Village"). It is not, however, a "village" in the traditional sense of the word- just a part of the ci…ty. (MORE)
There are about 258 hotels in New York, NY. The largest of these hotels is the 'Hilton NY', a 47 floor hotel with a total number of 1980 rooms in total, including 47 suites.
Air distance from Edinburgh, Scotland, to New York City, New York,totals 3,268 miles. That equals 5,258 kilometers or 2,839 nauticalmiles.
The city population is roughly stable at 8 million (8,175,133 in the 2010 census). The metropolitan area has about 22.1 million residents.
Driving from New York City to Richmond, Virginia takes nearly 6hours. A flight covering the same distance is just over an hour.
Fordham University's Library provides a guide to, and list of, the major museums in the City of New York; this list likely excludes any for-profit museums, such as the newly opened Museum of Sport. See the related links box for a link to Fordham's list, as well as a link to a complete guide to New Y…ork City on the Web, which includes a discussion of New York City museums. (MORE)
Air distance from New York City, New York, to Nashville, Tennessee,totals 759 miles. That equals 1,221 kilometers or 659 nauticalmiles.
Air distance from New York City, New York, to Shanghai, China,totals 7,384 miles. That equals 11,882 kilometers or 6,416 nauticalmiles.
Air distance from New York City, New York, to Ho Chi Minh City(formerly Saigon), Vietnam, totals 8,889 miles. That equals 14,305kilometers or 7,724 nautical miles.
Air distance from Berlin, Germany, to New York City, New York,totals 3,978 miles. That equals 6,402 kilometers or 3,457 nauticalmiles.
The total distance in air miles from Anchorage, Alaska, to New York City is 3,370 miles, or 5,424 kilometres.
The air distance in kilometers from New York City, New York, United States of America, to Dunedin, New Zealand, is 14,896 kilometers. That equals 9,256 miles or 8,043 nautical miles.
About 80. There are 80 museums in New York. These are the museums: Alice Austen House Museum American Craft Museum American Folk Art Museum American Museum of Natural History * American Museum of the Moving Image American Numismatic Society Americas Society Artists Space Asia Society a…nd Museum Bronx Museum of the Arts The Brooklyn Botanic Gardens * The Brooklyn Children's Museum * The Brooklyn Museum of Art * Carnegie Hall/Rose Museum Central Park Zoo/Wildlife Gallery * The Children's Museum of the Arts Children's Museum of Manhattan The Cloisters * Cooper-Hewitt Dahesh Museum Dia Center for the Arts The Drawing Center Ellis Island Museum * Empire State Building Lobby Gallery * Museum at FIT Forbes Magazine Galleries The Frick Collection Grey Art Gallery Goethe House Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum * Guggenheim Museum SoHo Hayden Planetarium * The Hispanic Society of America International Center of Photography Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum * Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum Jewish Museum LaGuardia and Wagner Archives Lower East Side Tenement Museum * Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum New York * Merchant's House Museum Metropolitan Museum of Art * The Morgan Library Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden Municipal Art Society El Museo Del Barrio Museum for African Art Museum of American Financial History Museum of Chinese in the Americas Museum of Jewish Heritage * Museum of Modern Art * Museum of the City of New York Museum of the Moving Image Museum of Television and Radio * National Academy Museum National Design Museum National Museum of the American Indian * New Museum of Contemporary Art New York Botanical Garden New York City Fire Museum New York City Police Museum New York Hall of Science * New-York Historical Society New York Public Library * New York Transit Museum Nicholas Roerich Museum PS1 Contemporary Art Center Pierpont Morgan Library Queens Historical Society Queens Museum of Art Rose Center for Earth and Space * Schomburg Center Seaman's Church Institute Snug Harbor Cultural Center Sony Wonder Technology Lab South Street Seaport Museum * Staten Island Institute Studio Museum in Harlem Taipei Gallery Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace Ukrainian Museum Wave Hill Whitney Museum of American Art * Whitney Museum/Philip Morris It is impossible to determine just how many museums there are in New York City because there are hundreds and new ones are constantly being added to the list, while others are closing. (MORE)
There are well over 5,000 buildings in NYC and there are 152 more under construction and at least 140 planned.
I'm not sure about the current number but the Daily News said there were 3.7 million in 2004. Given population growth since then and the big voter registration drives of 2008 I'd guesstimate it's up to almost 4 million. http://www.nydailynews.com/archives/news/2004/08/22/2004-08-22_exposed__scandal_…of_double_v.html Len (MORE)
If you mean main commercial airports, NYC is served by three, LaGuardia, Kennedy, and Newark NJ.
Approx 1.6km in 1 mile; 20 blocks in 1 mile. 20/3 gives you approximately 6 per .5km. So, if my math is correct, approximately 12 - 14 blocks per km. Please note this is a very rough estimate.
The 1998 census lists 1,570 cities, towns, and villages in New York State. (See related links for list.)
New York City and New Jersey share a border of the Hudson River. Itis less than a mile between them.
There are three main rivers in New York City: the Hudson River, the East River, and the Harlem River. The Hudson river is an estuary between New York City and Troy, New York. It flows into the New York Bay from the Hudson Valley. The East River is actually a tidal strait. It flows south from th…e bay known as the Long Island Sound and into New York Bay, and it separates the Bronx and Manhattan from Long Island. The Harlem River is also a tidal strait which flows between the above mentioned rivers. It separates the Bronx from Manhattan. . There are many rivers in the state of New york. The 70,000 miles of rivers in New York include the St. Lawrence, Hudson, Susquehanna and Delaware Rivers. . http://www.mapsofworld.com/usa/states/new-york/ (MORE)
There are loads of stores in New York City. If you are wondering about stores in general that may be an impossible number to get. Stores open and go out of business daily in NYC.
Hello,. I am from the government of NY and there is exactly 3,492 clothing and fashion stores. There is also 53 stores going out of business and 92 coming in as brand new. Any questions? Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are four tunnels in New York City, and they all connect to Manhattan: the Lincoln Tunnel, Holland Tunnel, Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel, and Queens-Midtown Tunnel. The Lincoln and Holland Tunnels connect New Jersey to Manhattan. The Queens-Midtown Tunnel connects Queens to Manhattan, and the Broo…klyn-Battery Tunnel connects Brooklyn to Manhattan. (MORE)
According to The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation, New York City has between 1,700 and 1,800 parks .
Depending on your route, if you are driving or flying like a bird, you will travel approximately 600 miles over the course of ten hours.
no its against the law Wrong! Yes you can trap and kill Pigeons (without leg bands), European Starlings and English Sparrows on private property. Reference NYS Department of Conservation website. No permit or license is required and you can take them all year round. Although, you are not permitted …to shoot or poison them without a permit. (MORE)
3483 Well i know that only 40% of new yorkers have a car because of all the traffic!!! ...but the number would change every second or so but probably something like 3-4 million..?
One. New York City. The rest (Queens, Brooklyn, etc) are boroughs, like counties . NYC was originally New Amsterdam, as it had such a huge Dutch/Netherlander population, but it is now just New York City.
The New York metropolitan area contains the largest ethnic Chinese population outside of Asia, enumerating 659,596 individuals as of the 2008 American Community Survey Census statistical data.
The distance between the above places is 7940 miles. This distance is point to point straight distance as seen on the map. The actual distance covered by a flight may vary according to the flight path chosen. Also this is not the airport to airport distance.
In New York City, approximately 17 to 20 street blocks (north/south blocks) equals a mile, and about 5 to 10 avenue blocks (east/west blocks) equals a mile. The length of the avenue blocks varies considerably, depending on what neighborhood you're in. If we say that 17 street blocks is a mile, then… 1 block equals approximately 0.06 miles. If we say that 20 street blocks is a mile, then 1 block equals 0.05 miles. So, 5 street blocks would equal 0.25 to 0.30 miles. So, approximately 5 street blocks equals 0.28 miles. If we say that 5 avenue blocks equals 1 mile, then 1 avenue block equal 0.2 miles. If we say that 10 avenue blocks equals 1 mile, then 1 avenue block equals 0.1 miles. If 5 avenue blocks equals 1 mile, then 1.5 avenue blocks equals 0.3 miles. If 10 avenue blocks equals 1 mile, then 3 avenue blocks equals 0.3 miles. So, approximately 1.5 to 3 avenue blocks equals 0.28 miles. (MORE)
There are 76 NYPD precincts in all the five boroughs (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx and Staten Island). There are also 12 Transit Districts and 9 Housing Police Service Areas.
As of August 25, 2010, there are 28 mosques in the New York City area.
430 miles taking this route: . Take I-76 EAST to I-80 EAST to NEW YORK CITY. . Take I-80 EAST to New York City.
Brooklyn, NY is a part of New York City, so the answer is 0 miles.
As of the United States Census of 2000, New York state consists of 932 towns and 62 cities.
It depends - the population of New York City is very different when we're talking about working hours and non-working hours. If we're worried about bandwidth, we need to take into account the huge influx of commuters, which would not be counted in population numbers. Commuters will also be more like…ly to have smartphones compared to the inherent 'population', which includes a larger portion of the blue collar classes and disadvantaged who can't afford to commute. You could do a random survey of 1000 commuters and a random survey of 1000 residents to get a percentage of smartphone users and multiply by both residential and estimated commuter populations (NY Transit Authority should have this estimate). If you have the right connections, you could also just ask the wireless providers to give you a count of the unique EIDs during M-F @noon and again @midnight and use the vendor portion of the EID to suss out smartphones vs regular phones. We could take a look at data users only on the EID list rather than just cell tower connections. (MORE)
1,490 miles taking this route: . Take I-95 SOUTH, from New York City, all the way down to I-10 WEST via I-295 SOUTH to bypass JACKSONVILLE (EXIT 362B off I-95 in FLORIDA to get onto I-295 SOUTH ; EXIT 21B off I-295 to get onto I-10 WEST to LAKE CITY). To bypass RICHMOND & PETERSBURG, take I-295… SOUTH (EXIT 84A off I-95 in VIRGINIA). . Take I-10 WEST to NEW ORLEANS. (MORE)
That's like asking how many stars are there in the night sky? Impossible question. New York City has over 8 million people.
This may be tough to answer since it seems that something is opening or closing daily. According to Newyorkontop, there are around 1700, give or take a few. This can also change depending on your definition of a bar. At 230 Fifth we have a rooftop bar as well as three other spaces that could be con…sidered bars. Would you count that as one bar or four? (MORE)
3 billion male rats plus 3,5 billion female rats, plus 2,6 billion baby rats, plus 2 billion elderly rats, plus 1,5 billion gay rats, totalizing 9,3 billion rats. (According to the latest NYRC - New York Ratus Census)
New York City has multiple airports. The two biggest airports are John F Kennedy Airport and Laguardia Airport. There are also smaller, regional airports.
There are five boroughs in total in New York City. The boroughs in New York city are as follows: Manhattan, The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.