Wednesday started out as a foggy, rainy morning in the southern portion of Central Park with a fledgling who spent the night alone, and ended as a sunny evening, with a family reunited.
My earlier posts detail the morning and the reunion. It had been found by its parents earlier in the afternoon and noisy reunion was followed by a feeding.
I got back into the park around 6 p.m. The fledgling was in a small tree behind a baseball diamond. The fledgling was hopping from branch to branch learning how to maneuver around a tree.
I had to leave the park to join some friends for dinner, but left with a warm feeling, that a hawk family was back to normal in the park I love, Central Park.
Thank you to Bobby Horvath and all of the Urban Park Rangers who made this possible.