NYU confirmed with a press release that there was an egg seen in the Washington Square nest on Tuesday. Usually hawk watchers can only guess that the eggs were laid based on behavioral changes, so it was nice to have confirmation.
The hawks were together on the nest when I arrived, before I could get my gear set up, so no pictures.
Bobby disappeared after it got dark, but I found him at 6:30 p.m. on the nest making a brief visit. He then flew off to his regular "hotel" roost at 6:35. It was pitch black when he went to roost.
While I've been keeping track of the nest this week, the Roger Paw blog has been following Bobby in the park this week, generally at the same time I have. I would recommend following both our blogs to get both perspectives on the Washington Square nest.