The two red-tailed hawks nesting on a ledge of the Franklin Institute -- and lately, their three young -- have been the city's ornithological celebrities in recent weeks. No doubt, it has a lot to do with the webcam that's given watchers an eyeful of their every move.
But the folks at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania want us to know THEY have hawks, too. The parents nested on a ledge in the corner of the White and Ravdin buildings, reports Chris Ganister, Department of Surgery Systems Administrator, University of Pennsylvania Health Systems.
His office is just across from the nest, and he's been photographing the two adults and the two young they hatched.