Thursday, May 25, 2006

The hawk kids at Fordham

The three chicks at the Fordham University nest. As you can see, that nest is constructed among anti-pigeon spikes, just like Pale Male and Lola's nest.
It's good to know that redtails are thriving elsewhere, even though we were unfulfilled in Central Park this year. I continue to believe that these hawks are related to Pale Male. I hope we'll find out some day.
Photo by Rich Fleisher