Last evening I finally saw one of the hawk chicks in the nest lift its head up in front of the parent hawk (female). This is the best photo I was able to take, but I have a few others where the chick is moving its head around and up and down.
Click on the photo above to see it in a larger view.
A short time later the other parent hawk, probably the male flew by with what looked like a starling in its feet. He landed on a power pole down the street and I started to walk down to photograph him, but, he was gone when I got there. When I walked back to the nest the female(?) was feeding this chick and I assume the male brought the meal back and left again. However, this happened so fas that I did not see it. I took photos of the parent feeding what I assume was this chick and it looked like it was also putting food down at another spot in the nest. I never did see another chick, but there may be one or two more. As a few more days go by we should be able to see others as they also poke their head up to look around.
As time permits I will upload additional photos to the Picasa photo album I have taken this past week.including those of one of the hawks hunting in the hay field a few blocks away.