Photo by myself at East Ninth Street and Second Avenue, in the East Village.
At long last, we had a nice sunny day on Saturday.
The sidewalks were crowded with people in this eclectic neighborhood, walking about and brunching.
Speaking of Spring, it's common knowledge that there are nesting red-tailed hawks in New York City. Bird watchers and nature enthusiasts have long spoken about Pale Male and Lola in Central Park.
Now there is a webcam focused on another nesting pair in the Village. Just outside an office window at New York University, Violet and Bobby have three white eggs.
As can be expected with hatching eggs, there is a lot of sitting around and waiting. When I checked in this morning, one of the parents was sitting there, as calm as can be.
For the article in the Times, click here.
See the live webcam here here.
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