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Fly Free Quest ♥️

It is with great sorrow that we have to report the loss of Quest from 2008.

The Canadian Peregrine Foundation reported on their Facebook page that Quest was found on the ground with a very badly injured wing. Our good friend Mark Nash from the CPF arrived and took Quest immediately to the vet. X-Rays were taken and it was determined that she was too badly injured to ever fly again and that she was in a great deal of pain. The decision was made to euthanize her.

We would like to thank Mark Nash, the Canadian Peregrine Foundation and all of those involved with helping Quest get the care she needed.

Fly Free Beautiful Quest. ♥️

Quest (center) in the nest box on the Kodak Tower with her 4 siblings

4 Responses to “Fly Free Quest ♥️”

  1. Molly Says:

    So sad to hear this, but it’s absolutely amazing that she lived a rich life of 15 years in the wild! I remember when she was hatched and we got to follow her travels via the transmitter for a couple of years. Fly free Quest <3

  2. Alison in Indiana Says:

    I have such a heavy heart, knowing that Quest has followed her last daughter, while still an apparently active falcon with a hale young partner by her side. She did so much for the line of restored falcons in the Eastern half of North America. She will remain in our thoughts as we follow tales of her descendants as best as we can.

  3. Joyce Says:

    QUEST was very special to me. She was a “mini-me” of Mariah. I so enjoyed taking trips up to Toronto to see her. It’s hard letting go of a legacy, but the memories will always be heart warming. Fly free Quest as you did your entire wild life.

  4. Elizabeth R. Austin Says:

    We were able to enjoy her, thanks to your reporting.

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