Saturday, April 5, 2014

Hawk egg #2

The Tompkins Square hawks have a second egg!

A second egg for the Tompkins Square hawks
Photo courtesy of Francois Portmann.

It was laid between 3 and 4pm on Wednesday, April 2.  By now, there could be a third, but confirmation is still forthcoming.

Until then, here are some highlights from today.

Dora on the left, Christo on the right...

Red tails on the nest

Dora takes off for a break while Christo guards the nest.

Red tails on the nest

Red tails on the nest

Red tail at the nest

See more hawk photos here and here.

Previous hawk posts.

2 comments:

  1. The location of the nest really scares me... will the young be fledging into the street.. are there trees / park close by so they can perhaps find a hospitable landing site? Memories of the Franklin Institute hawks (Philadelphia) who were landing in the street and had to be guarded/escorted by humans those first few flights...

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  2. Thanks for these photos and helping keep us up to date with this pair; it is much appreciated. It would be great if the apartment owners started a LiveStream feed with that camera. The view of the nest is fantastic.

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