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 on: 09-Apr-21, 01:29:21 pm 
Started by Joyce - Last post by Kris G.
Still no word about a second egg.  I expect that, like Beauty, her second is delayed due to the intruder she had to deal with.  I did email day before yesterday and Marlene said they were both fine and seemed to be guarding the single egg quite diligently.  Hopefully things stay calm and they can continue with nesting in peace.

Thanks for keeping us updated!

     

 32 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 11:48:50 am 
Started by Joyce - Last post by Dumpsterkitty
I find it interesting that 2...maybe 3...of M&K's descendants have been seen in Michigan. Ihteram...there was another I can't recall right now...either Michigan or just across in Canada...and now Velcro. I've always wondered if there is an affinity to where one of the original pair were hatched.

 33 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 10:11:11 am 
Started by Joyce - Last post by carly
Still no word about a second egg.  I expect that, like Beauty, her second is delayed due to the intruder she had to deal with.  I did email day before yesterday and Marlene said they were both fine and seemed to be guarding the single egg quite diligently.  Hopefully things stay calm and they can continue with nesting in peace.

 34 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 10:05:01 am 
Started by Shaky - Last post by carly


 lol


 35 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 09:59:16 am 
Started by Joyce - Last post by carly
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/


 36 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 09:10:27 am 
Started by Joyce - Last post by carly
She's perched just outside the nest box right now and preening.

 37 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 07:59:02 am 
Started by Shaky - Last post by Carol P.
Beautiful sunrise!


 38 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 07:48:54 am 
Started by Joyce - Last post by Carol P.
This is such wonderful news!  A Mariah & Kaver granddaughter continues their legacy!  heart

Thanks Carly!  2thumbsup

 39 
 on: 09-Apr-21, 07:46:37 am 
Started by Joyce - Last post by carly
A post to CPF which I missed but found after I had identified Velcro in a post on FB, she is at Detroit Zoo nest site.  This is Linn's daughter from 2016!  Barb Baldinger is going to contact someone to let them know it's Velcro. 

Velcro in Michigan
March 20, 2021 - Scarborough - Yellow Pages
Marion Nash Reports:
Got a report from our bander Mark Heaton that Velcro a female produced in 2016 at the Yellow Pages nest site in Scarborough has been seen in Royal Oak, Oakland County Michigan on March 12th 2021.

FB post on Peregrine Falcons Southeast Michigan site - I went through the video from that day and saw Velcro's bands and was able to ID her. (https://www.facebook.com/Peregrine-Falcons-Southeast-Michigan-164682993603101

News from the Detroit Zoo website:

Peregrine Falcons at the Detroit Zoo
A new unidentified pair of Peregrine falcons are now residing in the Detroit Zoo?s water tower nest box. Last year?s couple, male Justice and female KJ who successfully fledged four chicks, have not returned to this nesting site. However, another banded bird from Ontario has been seen visiting the box ? this could get interesting.

Thank you to the Michigan DNR for helping us with the nest box design, and also to Metro Wireless and Spiritech for helping with the network and camera setup. This live stream will be active from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily.

NOTE: these falcons are wild animals and free to come and go; there won?t always be activity in the nest box.
Here is the link to the Falcon Live Cam: https://detroitzoo.org/falcon-cam/

 40 
 on: 08-Apr-21, 07:24:57 pm 
Started by Shaky - Last post by carly



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