Sadie was in the nest and Bobby was on a western building when I first got to Washington Square Park:
Bobby got dive-bombed by a Kestrel:
Its mate appeared after 5 minutes and dive-bombed him as well:
Bobby had had enough and flew off his perch almost 10 minutes after the first dive-bombs began:
The pair continued to harass him as he circled in the sky.
They chased him and bounced off his back a few times.
He led them far northeast from the park and from the nest.
Sadie began to feed the youngins.
I could barely make out the top of one of the fuzzy white Hawk baby heads:
It looked like she was feeding multiple babies. It's still a mystery as to what is going on with the 3rd egg.
Sadie took a break from feeding after about 15 minutes.
She left the nest for a break 40 minutes later but I couldn't see where she went because I had moved and trees were blocking my view at that point.
I did see Bobby and then Sadie in the sky a few minutes after that when I was on my way home for the evening.
It won't be long until the little ones get taller and become more visible.