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Anyone have a view of 888 Seventh Avenue?

The new location of the Central Park South hawk's nest on 888 Seventh Avenue can't be seen from the street.  The nest is on the east face of the building between 56th and 57th Street.

Does anyone have a view of the nest?  It's twelve stories down from the top of the building.

Update: Lincoln Karim has some great shots of the nest on his site, www.palemale.com.  The nest, which I originally thought might have been behind the vents, is sandwiched between a faux window, and the vents.  It seems like a very secure location, free of rain, wind and direct sunlight.  The actual nest placement, is one set of windows north of where I had originally thought the nest was located.

 

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