“Gabi’s relationship with the neighbourhood crows began accidentally in 2011. She was four years old, and prone to dropping food. She’d get out of the car, and a chicken nugget would tumble off her lap. A crow would rush in to recover it. Soon, the crows were watching for her, hoping for another bite.”
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A digitized archive of documents about the Meadowlands District is available for free online from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Maps, such as the one shown, date back to at least 1888. You can browse the archive by clicking here.
The collection includes geographical maps, geological maps, historic land use maps as well as reports and other resources important to the history of the Meadowlands District. The collection includes early annual reports from the Meadowlands Commission. The documents are in the public domain and are available for download or printing.