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« Reply #15 on: 12-Jul-19, 03:36:23 PM »

BM/13 was released from atop 101 Hudson, Jersey City at 10 this morning.  Kathy Clark rinsed her to slow her exit and loaded the area down with quail to try and attract her siblings back to the box.  A little later after gorging that bird was bathing again in the drain water on the roof.  The fledgling apparently had learned that the world down below was not a good place to be.  Her parents and siblings were elsewhere, I believe in the shade to the north.  Four and a half hours later she took off from the building and left some of the quail.  I could not wait that long in the hot sun and wanted to escape the NYC Friday getaway traffic, so I was gone at noon and just saw her leave on the cam at 2:30 pm.

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« Reply #16 on: 12-Jul-19, 09:32:08 PM »

BM/13 was released from atop 101 Hudson, Jersey City at 10 this morning.  Kathy Clark rinsed her to slow her exit and loaded the area down with quail to try and attract her siblings back to the box.  A little later after gorging that bird was bathing again in the drain water on the roof.  The fledgling apparently had learned that the world down below was not a good place to be.  Her parents and siblings were elsewhere, I believe in the shade to the north.  Four and a half hours later she took off from the building and left some of the quail.  I could not wait that long in the hot sun and wanted to escape the NYC Friday getaway traffic, so I was gone at noon and just saw her leave on the cam at 2:30 pm.

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