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Parks Jigsaw Puzzles for Kids

Can you put all the pieces together? We've turned some of our favorite natural photos into online jigsaw puzzles, perfect for the whole family to enjoy! Build a bird, raccoon, or even our world-famous Unisphere!

To adjust the number of puzzle pieces, click on the hamburger (three horizontal lines) in the top left corner and select "Modify this puzzle" then click on the grid.

Great-Horned Owl in Central Park

a great-horned owl hangs out in a tree during its fall foliage of yellow and red leaves
Photo credit: Karolina Janik/NYC Parks

Whooooooooos that? It's a great-horned owl! This mighty bird is just one of the many species of owls that live in our forests.

Click on the images below for more puzzles! 

Tulips at Stuyvesant Square

Yellow, orange, and purple tulips blossom near a path and fountain in a park
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

It's tulip season! These beautiful spring flowers are blossoming all across New York City right now. Try this puzzle of tulips

Unisphere at Flushing Meadows Corona Park

A giant steel globe of the world stands amidst a fountain of water in the park
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

This giant globe in the park weighs 350 tons — that's heavier than 50 large African elephants! It stands next to the city's iconic New York State Pavilion. Try this puzzle of the Unisphere

Peregrine Falcon

A blue and orange-brown bird with black spots poses for a photo
Photo credit: Daniel Avila/NYC Parks

The fastest animal in the world is not a cheetah, it's a peregrine falcon! And, some live right here in NYC. They can reach speeds up to 200 miles per hour. Try this puzzle of the Peregrine Falcon

Raccoon

A raccoon hangs out on a rock
Photo credit: Karolina Janik/NYC Parks

Believe it or not, raccoons are a part of the natural world in New York City.  They were some of the first New Yorkers, arriving here even before George Washington! Try this puzzle of a raccoon

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