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 on: 10-Apr-21, 09:07:57 am 
Started by Shaky - Last post by Shaky
9:07 -Shaky

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 on: 10-Apr-21, 09:05:28 am 
Started by Shaky - Last post by Yarak
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WanderingFalcon (Carol P.): DT from the hole. DC on base of Mercury and B on eggs. Bye Larry!



Link:
http://twitter.com/WanderingFalcon/statuses/1380868655005773824

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 on: 10-Apr-21, 09:00:29 am 
Started by Shaky - Last post by Yarak
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loheron (loheron): End of falcon watch. No falcons physically seen by my own eyes this morning. Lol



Link:
http://twitter.com/loheron/statuses/1380867377588490245

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 on: 10-Apr-21, 08:40:28 am 
Started by Shaky - Last post by Yarak
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loheron (loheron): Court Street falcon watch. On camera: falcon on the eggs. On street: no one seen yet.



Link:
http://twitter.com/loheron/statuses/1380862629825150976

 25 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 11:11:56 pm 
Started by Shaky - Last post by Shaky
There is a big behavior difference between the Rochester falcons and my local falcons. Both Mariah and Kaver and Beauty and Doc.ca have big faceoffs when it is time for one bird to relive the other on the eggs. In contrast, when one of my local pair returns to the nest box, the other immediately rushes out. poops, and heads for the horizon


They must have learned it from the politicians.

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 on: 09-Apr-21, 09:14:42 pm 
Started by Shaky - Last post by Carol P.
There is a big behavior difference between the Rochester falcons and my local falcons. Both Mariah and Kaver and Beauty and Doc.ca have big faceoffs when it is time for one bird to relive the other on the eggs. In contrast, when one of my local pair returns to the nest box, the other immediately rushes out. poops, and heads for the horizon


 lol

 27 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 08:26:04 pm 
Started by Shaky - Last post by Paul Hamilton
There is a big behavior difference between the Rochester falcons and my local falcons. Both Mariah and Kaver and Beauty and Doc.ca have big faceoffs when it is time for one bird to relive the other on the eggs. In contrast, when one of my local pair returns to the nest box, the other immediately rushes out. poops, and heads for the horizon

 28 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 02:02:31 pm 
Started by Shaky - Last post by Carol P.
How do they do that?


 29 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 01:33:42 pm 
Started by Shaky - Last post by Kris G.


 lol



     lol

 30 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 01:31:05 pm 
Started by Joyce - Last post by Kris G.
Detroit Zoo Update:

The Falcon Cam was just turned on yesterday and thanks to Kathy Majich we have the ID of the female. She is Velcro (black, S/64) a 2016 hatch from the Scarborough Yellow Pages site near Toronto, Ontario. Her mother Linn hatched in Rochester, New York and father George is from North Grand Island Bridge in New York. The new Detroit Zoo male is unbanded. Susan Stevens caught this screen shot of them together in the Detroit Zoo water tower nest box. Here is the link to the Falcon Cam: https://detroitzoo.org/falcon-cam/



The legacy continues!❤️

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