The second eyas continues to stay on the nest, although it's finally looking like it wants to fledge.
The adult female returns to the nest.
The two hawks have lunch together.
Soon, the adult female moves to the Archangel Gabriel statute.
Leaving the eyas on the nest, first to doze off for awhile and then later in the day, to engage in more wing flapping.
The adult female moves to 301 West 110th Street.
Although the fledgling could be heard most of the afternoon, we only were able to see it after about 6:00 p.m.