Washington Square Park had a Navy Band performing and its resident Red-tailed Hawks when I visited. The three eyasses look great and are now big enough to be visible from the park. Enjoy the hawks and the sounds of the concert.
The nest with the new female, Amelia, is due to hatch any day now. This year's nest is in a terrible place to photograph. When the eggs hatch, don't expect "baby pictures" for days!
The eyasses all looked good at 96th Street and Lexington Avenue. The single parent mother seems to be coping well keeping them well fed. It will be interesting to see how she does after the eyasses fledge.
I was a nice afternoon, so I spent a few relaxing hours at the "hawk bench". The eyasses got fed, Octavia also provided shade and Pale Male made a brief visit. We're only a few weeks from the hawks fledging, so I'm enjoying being able to watch these youngsters while they're in one place for awhile!