Beacon Street Diary blog
A new gallery
One of the wonderful aspects of working on Beacon Hill is getting to know a family of red tailed hawks that live in the Granery Burial Ground. They frequently perch on the Congregational House ledges, or that of our neighbors (like the Athenaeum). Our building superintendant, John Beattie has been photographing them for years. You can frequently see new additions to his collection on display in our main entrance way.
Commentary and more pictures, particularly of last year's babies yet to come...