Passing along 113th St. after the rain started late Sunday afternoon, I was surprised to find one of the cathedral red-tail hawks perched out in the wet. The male (Norman? Mr. X?) was atop the construction netting on the Minturn Pavilion at St. Luke's hospital.
In the cathedral nest itself, Isolde is apparently brooding eggs. Although I have yet to catch the duo in a switch-off, Isolde was visible in the nest last Monday, hunkered down with just the tip of her tail in view. Hatch time seems likely to be in the April 20-25 timeframe.