Updates on a few nests:
- One hawk has fledged from the Washington Square Park nest safely to the roof of an NYU dorm.
- Hawk watchers report a male with a brown striped tail (second year bird) helping hunt at the 100th and Third Avenue nest. A male was not seen by many observers for a few weeks, and it is suspected that it might be a new mate.
- The Fort Washington nest has three eyasses.
- There are concerns about the health of the remaining eyass at Tompkins Square Park. It seems lethargic at a time it should be very active and getting ready to fledge.