Our hawk-like eye on all things adorable and cool landed us a visit to the New York Times City Room blog, where a live streaming webcast of the city’s new feathered denizens resides. Yesterday, proud parents Rosie and Bobby welcomed their second-born baby hawk; the family is currently nestled in on the window ledge of New York University’s Bobst Library.
For those not familiar with New Yorkers’ obsession with local hawks, a whole new batch of bird watchers and lovers were hatched a handful of years ago when Pale Male, one of the city’s first red-tailed hawks, was spotted within city limits. Likely one of the most photographed birds in history, our fine-feathered friend took up residence on a window ledge across from Central Park.
As New York’s Hometown Airline, we’re proud to welcome our cousins to the neighborhood and look forward to watching them grow and take flight.