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Title: 2022 Cabin John Peregrines
Post by: Paul Hamilton on 16-May-22, 09:27:28 pm
Yesterday, I went to visit my local peregrine falcon pair. The high river level made it difficult to get to the viewing spot off Plummer's Island. However, the experience was worth it. There are definitely chicks, as the pair keeps bringing food to the nest box and one can hear begging calls from far away. Here is the Dad, resting after a long hunting trip.



Title: Re: 2022 Cabin John Peregrines
Post by: Shaky on 16-May-22, 10:35:29 pm
Yesterday, I went to visit my local peregrine falcon pair. The high river level made it difficult to get to the viewing spot off Plummer's Island. However, the experience was worth it. There are definitely chicks, as the pair keeps bringing food to the nest box and one can hear begging calls from far away. Here is the Dad, resting after a long hunting trip.



Nice photo, Paul. Is that a spiderweb on the left?


Title: Re: 2022 Cabin John Peregrines
Post by: Paul Hamilton on 18-May-22, 09:02:26 pm
Yes, it is. That's not all that is there -- here is a picture Ricardo took just yesterday:


Title: Re: 2022 Cabin John Peregrines
Post by: Shaky on 18-May-22, 11:10:59 pm
Almost ready for flight training.


Title: Re: 2022 Cabin John Peregrines
Post by: Paul Hamilton on 29-May-22, 04:51:58 pm
Well yes, now that you mention it.