The weather was tricky this last weekend, but I did manage to see the baby hawks in their nest in Tompkins Square when they stood up to flap their wings and show off for mom, Dora.
When the babies stand up on the edge of the nest, they appear as tall as the adults. You can see their wings are looking darker as the flight feathers grow in.
All of the above photos only show two babies at a time. For a brief moment on Sunday, I was able to capture all three, although it was a dark afternoon, so I couldn't get a very good photo.
Here is a short video of the kids with Dora:
And more Pollock-inspired hawklet art on the path below the nest...