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 Post subject: ETOBICOKE, ONTARIO~2019
PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2018 5:47 pm 
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Aria: (silver on Right leg) b/g 85/BA
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O'Connor (b/g M/87) lost territory in 2018.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 3:43 pm 
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SGBFEMALE is D'Arcy see


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01/03 11.42 am Lucky waiting , waiting . Meeting with D'Arcy. He departure

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:loveheart: D’Arcy is by herself at the nestbox. Hmmm looks like scaffolding ropes(?) hanging off the building. Well at least they are working on the building on the building before nesting season.


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:loveheart: D’Arcy, I think visiting the nest box.


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Tsusan dear, I have a stuck image for 01/03 look, do you too? :girlsad3:


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 9:23 am 
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:hithere: Hello, Loza, yes I see the cam is froze. I hope they reboot it soon!


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Lucky (Y/72) and D'Arcy (69/BC) at Humber Bay Park, Etobicoke

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Beautiful photos, beautiful falcons. :8snowflake:


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2019 5:09 pm 
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From FB Julie Curl

I thought you might enjoy seeing some photos of D'Arcy (69/BC)
and also a couple with Lucky (Y/72) at Humber Bay Park in Etobicoke.
These fabulous pics were taken by NIKON GUY,
who was definitely at the right place and at the right time!!
If you're sharing these, please note they are not my photos and all credit goes to NIKON GUY.
Cheers, Lucie

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Unfortunately, the preview on the socket is closed :tantrum2:


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:loveheart: Thanks for bringing these over, Loza!


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Dutch Eagle Fan wrote:
Canada news:
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Some confusing news to report from the Etobicoke nest site at Bloor & islington…
- All Reports
Mark Nash Reports:

Friday March 29th - 2019

Unfortunately we have some mixed news and updates to report from the Etobicoke nest site at Bloor & Islington nest site.

The good news,,, is at least there is a pair that is very visible and quite territorial at the Bloor & Islington nest site. Both adults were observed on the nest ledge, with one adult standing in the nest tray itself and the other roosting on the top of the internal nest ledge camera housing during my visit. Both adults seemed to be quite relaxed and content to soak up the afternoon sun and enjoy the warm mild temps this afternoon. This in comparison to the chilly windy temps that we have been experiencing over the past weeks!

The afternoon sun and warm temps were very soothing indeed, and with absolutely no wind to chill anything down, even I didn’t want to leave my rooftop elevation! It was incredibly relaxing!! Neither of the two adults seemed to be very interested or concerned at my presence from the adjacent rooftop, as they both remained in their roosting spots on the nest tray and camera housing throughout my entire visit. I didn’t even get a scolding or even a second look! It did appear that they had other things on their minds,, (each-other) :-))

The unusual and somewhat disturbing news is that there was a peregrine egg clearly visible on the concrete portion of the nest ledge itself,, (several feet away from and outside of the nest tray), with neither adults showing any interests in the abandoned egg. Incredibly, the egg was perfectly intact!!

The not so good news,

: despite all of my efforts to try and restart the the nest cameras, sadly I was unable to get either of the cameras back on line to produce and up-load a live image :-(

It looks like its going to take the technicians and good folks at Daymar and their expertise to get things back up / online and running again. The new digital security cameras that they installed for us several season ago that replaced our older 1997 analog nest cam are far more sophisticated for me to deal with, especially without the specialized electronic equipment needed to deal with this type of challenge.

We have contacted Daymar and advised them that we have some challenges with the cameras and in need of their assistance….
Stay tuned…. we will get the camera’s back online soon……..

Until then,, its back to the old way of doing things,,, you remember,, the basics….. feet and eyes in the street, bins at hand… and time in!


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Kathy Majich from Toronto sent me this picture taken by Lucie hoping I could confirm ID of a tiercel 13/N (b/r). He arrived and has been seen by the boots on the ground with Aria at a condo complex in Etobicoke. No cam and exact location is not being divulged.
Apparently Aria was ousted at the old location and moved here. Then Mr. Right, :flirty: a 2013 hatch from Gary Indiana came along! She reports :newegg: :newegg: :newegg: so far!


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Thanks gigi..and thanks Kathy!!

Apparently, the cam is working, but not the internet connection. Neither of the current Etobicoke pair has been ID'd, according to CPF.

As of 4/10, per CPF, incubation has begun!!

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 16, 2019 11:08 am 
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I remember this site. jack took it over, when there were chicks. I will not divulge where, as we wee sworn ot secrecy back then. We had access to a cam ( not great one) and we monitored it to make sure chicks were being fed. sometimes food mysteriously appeared :egg7: . the female ignored Jack as her duties were to her chicks. maybe you were par to f that SGB.
it was discovered the, that jack had another site at ETobikoke.
anyhow the 3 chicks to juveniles did well. I do believe that after they dispersed, one was killed at an airport??
anyhow I am glad this is still a site, but sad to see ma was displaced this year. she was a good one. :7val:

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:hatchegg: On Facebook, Canadian Peregrine Foundation announced a hatch for D’Arcy and Lucky at Etobicoke.


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From Canadian Peregrine Foundation, Marion Nash Reports:
June 3 “Unfortunately we were not able to safely extract the chicks from the ledge for banding today. Mom had brought in food and coaxed the chicks out of the nest and down the. Ledge to be fed. They were just too far down the ledge for us to reach, and the slanted ledge is not safe for us to climb out onto to grab them. We will have to band the hicks if and when they come to the ground at fledge time.


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More photos from banding day - June 4
June 14, 2019 - Etobicoke - Sun Life Centre
Cathy Kerr Reports:
While banding was going on inside, there was much activity outside as first-time mom, D’ARCY, was defending her nest. Lucie got some photos before, during and after banding



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