I visited the Inwood Hill and Highbridge Park nests on Saturday.
Although I saw the male briefly at Inwood Hill, I had no luck seeing how the nest was doing. The tree leaves are so filled in now, it was impossible to see the nest. The Inwood Hill hawk nest was damaged earlier this year, and hawk watchers in the park believe the female laid a second set of eggs. The behavior of the parents lead everyone to believe there are eyasses, but we may not know until they fledge!
The Highbridge nest is doing fine. When I arrived the male was in a tree about 100 yards from the nest. The nest itself has at least two eyasses, both of whom look healthy. All of the pictures are from the Highbridge nest. Just like in Inwood, dense foliage makes looking into the nest difficult.