New Yorkers, tree lovers, and anyone interested in urban spaces will want to check out Jill Hubley's interactive map of New York City Street Trees by Species. Hubley, a web developer with a skill for data visualization, used data from the 2005 tree census to map out the presence of dozens of tree species across the five boroughs. Each species is color coded and labeled. Visitors can choose to zoom in on a particular neighborhood (or even block) to learn about the particular tree species in that area. Alternatively, visitors may conduct a search for a particular species to see where that species is distributed across the city. Hubley plans to update her map soon with the latest tree census data, so stay tuned.