The largest of the three baby hawks finally left the nest up on the Christodora House today ... and made it all the way across East Ninth Street ... where it ended up in an airshaft.
We'll post much more on all this tomorrow... as will Goggla, who witnessed much of the baby hawk rescue.
Thanks to a lot of people, especially Rob Mastrianni, an urban park ranger and East Village resident, the baby hawk ...
[Photo by Bobby Williams]
...was safely transported to Tompkins Square Park early this evening ... where a crowd gathered to watch...
[Photo by EVG reader Andrew]
More photos and the rest of the story later tomorrow...
If I had a dime for every time I ended up in an airshaft...
Get better soon little hawk, we need you - those rats in the park aren't going to eviscerate themselves.
Dang it! I went to the park, specifically Mon. morning, because I figured this would be the day.
When did this happen?
Keep flapping, little buddy! Remember even the Wright brothers needed a few tries!
Be careful, hawklet! It can be dangerous when you don't watch where you're going! Glad you are safe -
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