Still image from video. Courtesy: Max Nova.
Ah, yes — post some photos of a red-tailed hawk and you’re pretty much guaranteed to get a reaction. After we published some images of a hawk hanging out near Seward Park, Max Nova recalled this drop-in guest on the roof of his apartment at East 2nd Street and Avenue B three years ago. This video was captured during a fashion shoot Max was directing. Have a look.
Near Seward Park. Photos by Bahram Foroughi.
Over the weekend, Bahram Foroughi spotted a red-tailed hawk hanging out near Seward Park. These photos were taken at East Broadway and Clinton streets.
Red-tailed Hawk on the L.E.S. - photo by Rich Caplan
Thanks to photographer and L.E.S. resident Rich Caplan, who sent us this photo of a red-tailed hawk coming in for a landing on a building vent at 208 E. Broadway. Could the Pale Male family be venturing downtown for some new lodgings?