A fellow Hawk-watcher notified me that one of the Washington Square Park Red-tailed Hawks was in a tree west of the park arch so I came over and got to watch Bobby for a little over an hour.
A squirrel in a neighboring tree was on duty, vocalizing the squirrels' warning call that the Hawk was nearby:
Bobby's relaxed foot hanging over the branch:
It's a shame I didn't get the following shot in focus but I thought it was pretty nice to show how low Bobby flew across a park path with his catch. The two people had gasped when he descended into the brush to catch his rodent:
Licking his beak after a swallow:
Blinking his nearly-transparent eyelids (nictitating membranes) as the tip of the mouse's tail goes down the hatch:
Pigeons scattered like mad when he landed in their tree. He's left of center in the photo below, on the middle horizontal branch:
Heading straight toward NYU's Silver Center:
He looked as though he'd stay a while and rest as he digested his meal so I left him for the day.