I was able to confirm that we have three chicks at the St. John's site this weekend.
The eastern edge of the nest is being used by both the parents and the eyasses now. So, you have to check from two angles one from Morningside Drive, and one from 113th Street.
The mother on the Plant building of St. Luke's. (The building is named after a person with the last name of Plant rather than being from physical plant.)
The mother moves to a spot close to the nest on the Cathedral.
Yes, I'm going to make you run up and down Morningside drive to find me.
You can see all three eyasses here.
All three are here too.
All three are here too, but finding the third is like playing Where's Waldo?.
They're growing up nicely. Activity is also increasing. If you haven't visited the nest this season, now is the time.
The mother leaving the nest.
She quickly came back with a branch.
She then left and the kids settled down, so I went off to Green-Wood.