Here is his fascinating reply. Who knew that there is a No-Kill Zone around the nest?
Here are some important understandings of the formel's capture of the escaped cage bird, whatever it might have been.
But when she saw the small bird, she was instantly after it. Couldn't resist.
Pale Male and all of the New York City nesting red-tails have learned to visually scrutinize the walls of Manhattan buildings, looking for pigeons nests on window sills and building ledges. They take nestling squabs (baby pigeons) with ease, delight, and with no restraint. A pigeon squab at the start doesn't look much different from a newly-hatched eyass.