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Evicted NYC Hawks Get New Fifth Ave. Nest

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Officials from the New York City Parks Commission, the City Council and the Audobon Society attend the unveiling of a new cradle to hold the nest of the red-tailed hawks Pale Male and Lola when it is rebuilt. The cradle will be anchored by spikes. Yigal Gelb/NYC Audobon hide caption

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In an undated photo, Lola, one of the evicted red-tailed hawks, lands in the nest where her companion Pale Male and one of their offspring await. Their nest, recently dismantled, will soon be rebuilt. palemale.com hide caption

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New York City's most famous evicted red-tailed hawks, Pale Male and Lola, have gotten their nest back — or at least a new steel-cradle structure and the spikes to anchor it. Now they can return to their home atop a Fifth Avenue co-op building. NPR's Margot Adler reports.

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