I took a walk over to Washington Square Park to photograph the red-tailed hawks' nest from below. The nest is located on a 12th floor library window ledge.
It was easy enough to see the nest from the park below but not easy to photograph it well considering the angle and height of the nest. I do hope the nest is safe at its current location. All signs indicate it is. For example, the overhang above the nest is providing shelter from the rain and the nest is tucked tightly against the ledge corner. I just hope a big gust of wind doesn't move the nest at all.
The eggs should be hatching any day now!