There was a tweet about a new nest at 95th and Lexington Avenue on Twitter this week, so I went to check it out today. The pair looks to be the same ones that nested at 100th and Third Avenue last year. It looks like a better location. It's higher and has better views than the old nest. Unfortunately, it is across the street from a park that just was treated with rodenticides.
Thanks to a tip from the Morningside Heights blog who received the news from Gary Hansen, we have a new nest in Manhattan. (The blog also reports that an eyass has fledged at St. John on Friday.) The nest is at 3rd Avenue and 100th Street. Hawks had built a nest there last year, but no one reported it being successful. I had forgotten about it. So, it was great to see it a eyass close to fledging age on the nest.