The remnants of last year’s nest and the new nest material the birds have been adding recently have been removed, and bird spikes have been added to the air conditioner that was last year’s Red Tailed Hawk’s nest on the Christodora.
This is one of the fledglings occupying a branch of this squirrel’s favorite American Elm.
I found two of the fledglings in the Cherry Grove. I can’t tell them apart at this point but I suspect the one we see the most in this video is the youngest, only because it is still pretty clumsy. It came down from its branch chasing a rat, but ended up tossing clumps of dirt and branches.