The eyas on who is still on the nest seemed to be in no hurry to leave on Thursday evening.
Nor do the parents seem to be in a hurry to get the eyas to fledge. Food continues to be regularly delivered to the nest.
The fledgling spent a good portion of the early evening perched within 20 feet of its sibling.
The fledgling then moved over to a cross on the eastern portion of the Cathedral.
As I left for the evening, the adult female was on 301 West 110th, which has new scaffolding.
The adult male was on St. Luke's in the warm glow of the setting sun.