The Pond at Central Park in New York City, NY
Behind Hallett's enclosures is a 3.5-acre ecosystem that mimics the wild, where small animals and birds can thrive in a secluded habitat. The Central Park Conservancy completed a reconstruction of the Pond in 2001, which included new shoreline and perimeter plantings, an island habitat for birds and turtles, a series of small pools and spillways, a cascade, and a series of seasonal floral displays at the edge of the large lawn.
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