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WELCOME BACK, NYU HAWK CAM March 2017 We welcome you back to the NYU Hawk Cam.
In 2011, a pair of Red-tailed Hawks began nesting on a ledge outside the office of New York University’s president on the 12th floor of Bobst Library, overlooking Washington Square Park in NYC.
IR was lost in a thunderstorm last week, and now the camera stream is down (went out Saturday morning).
We're thinking that it might be an issue with the router (since we can't log in to a network attached storage device at the Visitor's Center.
So, how do we ensure this does not happen again, especially in late July?
Moreover, we know that the resumption of the NYU Hawk Cam is exciting for its numerous, long-time fans.
It is very possible, and would explain her continued occupation of that end of the ledge. In preparation for a possible very late Falconwatch, we will be holding a VOLUNTEERS MEETING on Monday, June 19.
Anyone who has offered to help out this year will be contacted with details. If you would like to help out please be sure to let us know by e-mail. This image of Lily removing a shell from the nest would seem to suggest that one has indeed hatched!
The University is pleased to be able to give folks the chance to share in the hawks’ daily lives, and those of their offspring, thanks to the happy accident of where they chose to build their nest.
However close you may come to feel to these raptors, it is important to remember that they are wild birds of prey, protected by numerous state and federal laws from interventions by humans.The outpouring of love for the late Muhammad Ali should help serve as a reminder that in the end, society heralds athletes who are unabashedly themselves, and don’t bend to criticism.