Warbling Vireo Nest

On my last Linnaean Society of New York Central Park walk of the spring 2019 season, one of the stops was Warbling Vireo nest.  It is in a tree about 100 feet east of the Maintenance Building in the Ramble.  It looks like it was getting finishing before being used this year.

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St. John Eyass

Robert's Morningside Hawks blog reported seeing an eyass on the St. John the Divine nest earlier in the week, so I made a stop there on Sunday.  I also saw a single eyass.  The nest is hard to view, so it might have a sibling we might get to see later in the season.

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Riverside Church Peregrine Falcons

I made a detour on my way back from Randalls Island to Riverside Church to see how the Peregrine Falcons were doing.  It was a bit too early to see the youngsters, but I did get to see the mother outside of the nest and saw the father flying around the church.

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