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Quest Update: July 18 – 28

View Quest Travels July 18 – 28 in a larger map with a legend. Zoom in or out on the map by clicking the small + & – signs. Move it around by clicking your mouse button and dragging the map in the desired direction. Click the falcon icons for more information about each location.

A lack of good signals from Quest’s transmitter have stretched out our latest round of locations, but it seems that there’s no need to worry. As we have seen for the past several weeks she’s staying put in the Wesleyville-Port Hope area. There are no real surprises in the data, though an odd coincidence placed two consecutive daily readings in exactly the same spot on the 25th and 26th. Quest got back to moving around soon enough though, so she seems to be doing fine.

We sent a note off to our friends at the Canadian Peregrine Foundation to see if the old hack box at the Wesleyville power station is still in place. We haven’t received a reply yet, but they’re busy folks up there and I’m sure we’ll hear back as soon as Mark Nash has a few minutes to catch up on his email! Until then Quest is staying in her groove so we’re content that all appears to be well.

2 Responses to “Quest Update: July 18 – 28”

  1. chrissy Says:

    So glad she’s okay! Thank you, Jess!

  2. Maureen in MA Says:

    Whew! First Mariah, now Quest… thank you for all the great news this week!

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