Saturday, April 14, 2018
The Post once again chronicles Christo's 'fowl lust'
The New York Post checks in (again!) with a feature on Christo... and the various hawks in his life — Dora, Barucha/Nora/Not-Dora and Amelia.
Here are three passages:
• Tompkins Square Park’s claw-sanova is now servicing not two, but three chicks at the same time.
• The red-tailed stud named Christo made the front page of The Post in March for dipping his, um, beak in the nests of two different female hawks.
• Bird lovers — who have watched Christo and Dora rear 10 chicks and rule the roost at Tompkins for the last five years — are broken up by Christo’s fowl lust.
The piece includes several quotes (and photos) from Goggla.
The story appears on Page 3...
Previously on EV Grieve:
A look at the other OTHER hawk in Christo's life
Post explores the complicated relationship of Dora, Christo and Nora/Not-Dora