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Happy Hatch Day for the Rochester Falcons!

Nova & Neander’s First Hatch

We are so very happy to announce the arrival of our first eyas early this morning at 6:03 am. While most of us were sleeping, this little one was fighting to break free under the watchful eye of momma, Nova.

As you can see in the picture above, there is a pip in the egg next Nova. So it shouldn’t be long before the arrival of a second eyas.

We’re still waiting for Neander to get his first look.

Stay tuned for news of new arrivals!

6:03 am Hatch!
Nova Protecting Her Newly Hatched Eyas

3 Responses to “Happy Hatch Day for the Rochester Falcons!”

  1. Lisa Says:

    Just curious…does anyone know what type of bird is perching on the cell tower at East High School? I have seen this bird for the past 2 weeks and have wondered if its a hawk of some kind or falcon? We are viewing it with binoculars but I dont know my large birds.

  2. Carol P. Says:

    Not sure what this bird might be Lisa, but if you ever get a picture, please share it with us. It would be interesting to know what this bird is.

  3. Alison in Indiana Says:

    Very happy day. Not all of us were sleeping – we regulars on the Disqus chat were giving blow by blow of the dramatic events.

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