Gusts in the New York City area were between twenty and thirty miles per hour during my break to visit Central Park.
There were no Red-tailed Hawks around but some of the birds around the park's pond were about.
Great Blue Heron tucked in among some reeds:
The Wood Duck was swimming with a female Mallard.
They were together the whole time I was there.
A few Canada Geese were swimming around as well.
Starling taking a bath:
Fishing float/bobber in a tree by The Pond?
It's legal to fish at The Pond. I've seen guys angling for sunfish but the only creature I saw catch one was a Black-crowned Night Heron.
Plaza Hotel nest site (one of a few?):
Pigeons scattered about, trying to navigate the strong gusts:
Sign blown flat:
Later on I was told that neither Bobby or Rosie roosted at their regular roost but one of the Hawks was seen roosting at NYU's Silver Center.