Mystery birdhouses pop up in Manhattan

Twenty-two birdhouses hang in the trees of one street in New York City and no one knows how they got there.

The wooden creations are appeared overnight and are delighting residents of the Upper East Side.

The houses are reportedly made of driftwood from local beaches and the artist, known only as "Woody." Tara contributed a Chasing News birdhouse to the 83rd Street collection.

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