The Fifth Avenue nest also has a brooding female. Tonight, when Pale Male flew by, she was off the nest before he landed by about ten seconds. I guess she really wanted a break! She wasn't gone long, maybe ten or fifteen minutes.
After visiting Washington Square it was off to Avenue A, and the new location of the Tompkins Square Park nest. This location is going to be hard to photograph. But the apartment owners have set up a camera, Avenue A Camera, so it should be a fun nest to follow.
I've been very busy at work, so I haven't had much of a chance to get out and hawk watch. Today, I got to see the Washington Square Park nest. As is the case with most brooding hawk nests, there wasn't much action while I was there. Just a brief check in by the male.