Perhaps she's Little Lola, I can't tell them apart. But that's OK, they are all each other anyway and growing up beautifully.
Each day it's a blessing to see them because each day it take miracles to keep them alive. Very little if anything at all has been done to rid their environment of poison and harm. It's almost like playing Russian Roulette with their lives.
Both museums continue to use poison because they both have very good public relations departments who can talk their way out of any situation which may arise.
Tuesday June 25, 2013.
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2013 Fledging for 927 Fifth Ave:
June 9th (Oscar)--No witnesses. Must have occurred sometime before 11AM. It did not happen during the Puerto Rican Day Parade but hours before.
Oscar is named after a very beautiful friend of mine who loves life so much that he would not allow any terminal problem his doctors says he has stop him from being the happiest dog on Earth.
June 11th (Lola)--No witnesses. Very rainy day. Could have happened late Monday evening or early Tuesday morning.
Lola is named after Palemale's mate who lived with him from Fall 2001 to December 2010. Any female hawk that I meet will always be Lola to me.
Lola also just happens to be the name of my little rescued dog.
June 12th (Cyprus): 1:18PM. Several witnesses. Very sunny and windy afternoon.
Cyprus is named after another beautiful dog who was so intelligent that I often forgot she was a dog.