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May 23, 08

Riverside Park facts (updated May 22, 2008) - - - Recent mail/Riverside Tragedy (Updated May 22)

Houston Street baby, one of three.

Houston Street babies.

Fordham University, three babies doing very well.

Fordham University baby.

St John's the Devine

St John's the Devine, two babies.

St John's Dad on the St Luke’s Hospital roof.

Houston Street babies.

Houston Street parent.

Palemale awaiting Lola to visit their nest.

I feel like they orchestrate these visits just so there could be a lot of 'happy bumping' into each other.

Sitting on top of the old Stovepipe building Palemale & Lola enjoys time together to enjoy the delicious Wind and Sun on their faces.

Palemale on his way to meet Lola over Fifth Avenue and 79th Street.

Palemale & Lola together again just a block or two north of the Oreo building (81st Street & Fifth Ave).

Fordham baby.

All images photographed on Friday May 23, 2008.

Riverside Park facts (updated May 20, 2008) - - - Recent mail/Riverside Tragedy

UC Davis lab results are in for the 1st retrieved baby hawk from Riverside Park:
Blood/organ samples contained lethal levels of two anti-coagulant rodenticides.
I will publish more information when I am allowed to. Please note that this information comes from just one set of test results. There are several more to be performed--bear in mind that only the pathologist can officially declare the actual cause of death in the baby hawks.