I was able to see both Pale Male and Lola on late Sunday afternoon.
(Warning: some graphic rodent eating shots near the end of this post.)
Lola on the northeast tower of the Beresford.
American Crows making a racket, but not directly attacking Lola.
Pale Male on a MET security camera.
Pale Male on his favorite Turtle Pond tree.
He attracted a crowd at Turtle Pond, so he moved into a tree on the Great Lawn...
but returned to Turtle Pond to catch a rodent.
He must have incredible vision. He hunted from about 150 yards.
Then he went up into a tree for his dinner.
After he was done eating, he cached half of the rat on a Great Lawn tree. He then cleaned his beak on the bark of this tree and flew north for the evening, skipping his usual sleeping tree.