Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Red Tail Hawk Returns To Roosevelt Island Looking For Breakfast- New York City Blizzard No Roadblock

Eagle eyed Roosevelt Island Historical Society President Judy Berdy reports:
Our island hawk returned to my neighbors terrace at Rivercross this morning about 8:30 a.m. He stayed (or she) for about 20 minutes.

He did not cooperate by moving to better light and showing off his tail. He seemed to be happy perched on the 17th floor terrace facing east.

He left to fly off for a good breakfast of Squirrel.

Previous Roosevelt Island Hawk posts here and more pictures from recent spotting by Ms. Berdy here.

UPDATE 12/29 - The Hawk returned later yesterday afternoon. Must have found a good breakfast on Roosevelt Island.
 Image from Bobbie Slonevsky


Anonymous said...

Someone pay him to get rid of all the pidgeons!

Anonymous said...

This is the greener alternative-less poison to kill the rats and our own Pale Male. Where is Lola