After almost a week away from the Riverside nest, I returned to find much larger eyasses. They've stopped "crawling" using their small wings and can now stand up and walk normally. They're also losing much of their downy feathers and are starting to get their brown feathers.
The number of hawk watchers has also increased over the last week. If you come and watch the Riverside nest, please come without any preconceived notions about the nest. This is a unique pair of parents, in a unique location. It isn't Fifth Avenue and these hawks are not the offspring of Pale Male.