Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Pale Male update:
The Times is reporting that a "stainless steel cradle designed to support a new nest for Pale Male and Lola, the red-tailed hawks of Fifth Avenue, is to be installed tomorrow [Thursday] on the co-op building where the hawks' former nest was removed on Dec. 7, according to the co-op's board and architect." Read the article here>


At Saturday, December 25, 2004 1:04:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I applaud you, and your grand efforts. Up here in the tundra of Wisconsin, If at any time a person is caught disturbing a hawk nest, the fines are considerable, and the neighbors get reeeal unfriendly. I'm greatful to see it is the same way in New York.
Thank You
Jonathan (Foxtower)


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