The eyasses at Washington Square Park are getting easier and easier to see with each passing day. I caught up with them on a windy Friday. The video is very shaky but is fun none the less.
It looks like we're going to have a record number of successful nests in Manhattan this year, although it looks like after the cold winter we may have more nests with one or two eyasses rather than three. I can't wait for us to get an accurate count. I suspect we'll end up having at least fifty Red-tailed Hawks in Manhattan by the time the last nest hatches. Plus we have many more in the other boroughs.
Too bad folks still only think about Pale Male when you talk about Red-tailed Hawks in New York City!