Sex In the Gray Lady

It’s interesting to read something in the New York Times when the Times is a little squeamish about the content. This is not a rag that will publish salacious stuff just for the titillation factor. Sometimes, however, a story requires explicit sexual content.

Take the case of the two celebrity hawks that live on the edge of Central Park:

And close observers in Central Park could not have missed other evidence in early March. For more than a week, with Lola perched on the nearby balconies or roofs of opulent Fifth Avenue apartment buildings, and with Pale Male swooping down from the sky, the two birds copulated frequently, Ms. Winn said

If you can suffer through the rest of this hard core activity, the full story can be found here.

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