This is Part 2 of the title below so if you haven't read Part 1 scroll down to Part 1 below and read it first. Then scroll back up here and read Part 2. (It will make more sense that way, honest)
We last left Octavia perched on a Window of the Barbara Walters Building, in the meantime...
And as per usual, all times are PM.
6:16:48 Pale Male is next seen zipping South, with the Woody building as a back drop.
6 16 52 Then he cruises past the nest on 927 Fifth Avenue. Note the eyasses are in a clump with their eyes glued to him.
6 16 54 Then he wings past the Fisher Building.
6 16 55 Pale Male ascends to above the roof of Linda and keeps going.
6 17 19 He lands on the last window of the row which is just above the tree line.
6 17 49 Back on 927 all the eyasses, even Little, focus South with the most intensity I've ever seen them register. Why?
6 20 40 They're very interested because their Mom has flown over to Linda on the second window from the North on the same floor that Dad is on.
Note how much "hawkier" a female Red-tail's profile looks compared with the profile of a male...particularly Pale Male who is a very "sweet faced hawk".
End of Part 2 and yes there is a Part 3 in the works.
Told you it was a Big Day.