Pale Male Brings Lola Take-Out
Saturday Afternoon - Essex House Sign

Nest Building On C.P.S.

After arriving at Central Park South around 2:15 p.m. on President's Day, it took me awhile to find our two Trump Parc Red-tailed Hawks.  I finally found them both on the northeast corner of the Trump International Hotel and Towers, at 61st and Central Park West.

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Charlotte is on the left, Junior on the right.

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Junior, the male leaves the building.

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Charlotte, the female moves twenty feet south on the Trump International.

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Charlotte then moves to the eastern Hampshire House chimney.

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Junior reappears and dives down near the restrooms at 61st and Central Park West.  I rush over from 7th Avenue to find him, but when I got over to Central Park West, he was already soaring and gaining altitude.  I though he had been hunting, but discover that instead he has torn off a tree branch.

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The branch gets placed on the nest.

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The couple is then reunited on the Hampshire House chimney.

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Spring is in the air.