Bobby, the adult male of Washington Square Park, didn't hunt tonight but visited six NYU buildings and a tree before we lost track of him.
Our Central Park West Pair, who last year lost an egg from the San Remo, are bringing twigs to the building again. They haven't done well at nesting over the last few years, so my expectations are limited for this pair.
Two Green-Wing Teal drakes have been hanging out in the Upper Lobe of The Lake in Central Park. Wonderful ducks to watch.
While doing some early spring birding, I ran across Pale Male in the Ramble. He was in a tree atop a large hill with a perfect view of Octavia, his mate. He was being harassed by five Bluejays.
It was a relaxed evening in Washington Square Park. The male made two visits to the nest, and spent some time hunting without catching anything. I found a new perch for Bobby, the adult male, on the backside of the Kimmel building.