Red-tailed hawks are once again nesting on the Unisphere in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, in Queens, New York. This year, they have abandoned the old nest located off the coast of Somalia (fear of pirates?) in the Indian Ocean and built a new nest directly south of Los Angeles, in the Pacific Ocean. The new nest, like the older ones, is on the equator.
The equator of the Unishere is a I-beam, and the female can be completely out of view if she wants to be. I was there at sunset, so the picture quality is poor. I'll be going back later in the season to see the eyasses.