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Author Topic: Canada Falcons: All but those hatched in Rochester  (Read 499667 times)
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« Reply #2400 on: 10-Jun-19, 05:15:52 PM »

And from Beachville - Billie's sister Virginia (Gleig and Diamante) and Joseph (Hamilton - MadameX and Surge)

Beachville Nest banding day June 5th 2019
June 05, 2019 - International, National and Local News
Marion Nash Reports:
2 chicks banded successfully thanks to the great folks at Beachville Quarry and Carmeuse and CPFs volunteer Master bander Anne Yagi.

There was 2 female chicks this year, good thing since we have had more boys than girls so far in 2019.

We were able to get a lift up to the nest thanks to the Beachville guarrys lift operators extracted the chicks without issue band the chicks and get them back to Mom and Dad. Both chicks were a very good weight and were quite healthy. CPF Volunteer Lucie Kirchknoph assisted at the banding table for the first time and was very happy to have had the opportunity to help the birds she has been watching for so long.

here is the band information for 2019.

Female named Grace 909 grams Canadian black band Z over 42 Blue tape on the silver band
Female named Rosie 959 grams Canadian black band Z over 43 Red tape on the silver band

Hope they do well and stay aloft.
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« Reply #2401 on: 11-Jun-19, 06:42:34 PM »

And from Beachville - Billie's sister Virginia (Gleig and Diamante) and Joseph (Hamilton - MadameX and Surge)

Beachville Nest banding day June 5th 2019
June 05, 2019 - International, National and Local News
Marion Nash Reports:
2 chicks banded successfully thanks to the great folks at Beachville Quarry and Carmeuse and CPFs volunteer Master bander Anne Yagi.

There was 2 female chicks this year, good thing since we have had more boys than girls so far in 2019.

We were able to get a lift up to the nest thanks to the Beachville guarrys lift operators extracted the chicks without issue band the chicks and get them back to Mom and Dad. Both chicks were a very good weight and were quite healthy. CPF Volunteer Lucie Kirchknoph assisted at the banding table for the first time and was very happy to have had the opportunity to help the birds she has been watching for so long.

here is the band information for 2019.

Female named Grace 909 grams Canadian black band Z over 42 Blue tape on the silver band
Female named Rosie 959 grams Canadian black band Z over 43 Red tape on the silver band

Hope they do well and stay aloft.

And Pigott's brother.
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