The Riverside Park nest has hatched. There are at least two eyasses (nestling hawks). They were visible for about ten minutes this afternoon. The second video shows them the best. Sorry for the camera shake, the wind was very strong today.
For directions to the nest, see my previous post Hawk Watch At Riverside. The eyasses should fledge (leave the nest) in 42-46 days. For the next few weeks, there won't be much action. There will be lots of sleeping, with a feeding every one and a half to two hours.
As the eyasses get bigger, you'll have more and more to see every week. If you're a casual hawk watcher, you don't need to rush over to the nest now, but should plan to see them in the second half of May and early June.