I arrived at the hawk bench a little too late to see Pale Male give Lola a break. She was out and about and was assumed to be hunting.
After about fifteen minutes a hawk, which I assumed was Lola moved north moving from tree to tree along the west edge of the Model Boat Pond. The hawk went after a pigeon, but it wasn't clear if it got anything. When I got home and looked at my pictures, I discovered the hawk was an immature hawk with a light eye color and brown tail!
Lola had made her way to Cedar Hill and was joined by Pale Male for a moment. I wondered why he left the nest. I guess he was helping guide the young hawk away or maybe he was showing Lola a cached piece of prey.
Lola stayed for quite awhile on Cedar Hill eating a squirrel (graphic pictures of this follow). When I left she still hadn't returned to the nest and was on a 5th Avenue building around 78th Street.