The Common Ravens at Laurel Hill in Secaucus have been tending to at least two ravenettes in their nest.
In the photo above, Pop is flying down the cliff to get some food he stashed on a rock below the nest.
Earlier this week, we saw two young but large Common Ravens flapping their wings in the nest, preparing for their first flights. They will be flying any day now.
Previous posts on the Laurel Hill Ravens here.