In today's Roosevelt Islander it was reported that a hawk was photographed by Capobianco Field which may be roosting on Roosevelt Island. It was opined whether this same hawk could be the progeny of Central Park's Pale Male. The Daily Intel column over at NY Magazine summarized the blog posting as follows:
"Roosevelt Island: The winged progeny of Central Park West celebuhawk Pale Male may be roosting here. Talk about generational downward mobility. [Roosevelt Islander]"
Is it me or did that last phrase have a sting to it?