[Photo yesterday by Steven]
Red-tailed hawk watchers in Tompkins Square Park are expecting Dora to lay eggs soon. Christo and Dora were spotted mating (again) yesterday in the Park.
Anyway, here's the most recent post from Goggla on the situation:
Last year, Dora laid their first (perhaps only) egg on or around March 14. It seems all the city hawks nests are running a bit late this year, but Christo and Dora also went through the extra trauma of Dora's injury, subsequent absence, and then the introduction of Barucha/Nora. Christo and Dora seem to have settled into a routine of nest-building, mating and eating together, so we can expect egg-laying any time.
To date, Christo and Dora have had 10 hawklets these past few years.
Meanwhile... here's a photo from several weeks ago showing Dora atop one of the buildings in Village View...
Thanks to East Village and Village View resident Max Pyziur for this photo!