There's no doubt fall has arrived in New York. It was in the low 40's, the leaves have turned to wonderful fall colors. Another sign of fall has arrived is the return of Buffleheads to the Reservoir.
After visiting the Reservoir, I walked south and ran into Pale Male on the North West corner of the Met. Is he trying to avoid being seem on the surveillance cameras?
After about twenty minutes he moved about 20 feet, so he would have a good view of an area alongside the transverse, where there are rodents. The cold weather had him fluffed up to stay warm.
After about twenty minutes, he flew off the Met and caught a mouse. He flew 200 feet to catch his prey. He must have incredible vision.
After eating, he went back to the Met.
Lola went up 5th Avenue...
...landing on a building around 88th Street and 5th Avenue.
Pale Male left the Met and looked to settling in for the night.
Lola moved to a building two blocks south of where she was...
...and then she flew east.
Pale Male followed. We lost her, but found his roost for the evening in the East Pinetum.
As I let the park, there was a full moon in a clear, crisp fall sky.