HK landed in a tree on the golf course.
He didn't stay there and left yet again. I was able to relocate HK in the nest tree eating something.
It took HK 28 minutes to consume whatever it was. He eventually turned in the nest, affording a better view.
Then began cleaning his beak (feaking). His purple band is clearly visible in this photo.
He hopped into a higher branch, and gave me this amazing photo op. Thank goodness I didn't blow it!
He didn't stay there long before he hopped into a higher branch in the nest tree, with an obscured view. He stayed there a very long time.
He stayed so long up there, that I needed to get out of my car to stretch my legs. I walked about 30 feet and discovered he was actually in the open. I took several pics then returned to my car.
HK eventually left and I relocated him back in the same tower by the golf course entrance. I left him there and went to a late lunch.
Observation period: 3 hours.