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PostPosted: Tue Jun 09, 2020 3:11 pm 
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Ahhh, what a familiair name: Orville :loveheart:


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We banded the 4nestlings on Wednesday, June 10th
one male and three females. MidwestPeregrineSociety on Facebook.

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These were from yesterday. I was thinking, man that's snug in there. I didn't watch a feeding, bet that's wild. I want them to stay as long as they will. They still have a little fuzz and fluf.
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I was watching them watching something, so I wonder if parents were encouraging them to fly.


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:loveshow: I watched Mayo for a bit. I only see 3 in the nestbox. I wonder if the boy (Orville) has fledged. It looks to me that O 92 and O93 are still in the nestbox, and I haven’t caught sight of the 3rd chick’s leg....


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June 21 - At 7:30 am today, all 4 chicks were in the nest box, but by 10:00 am two of the chicks had fledged. Annabelle and Orville were the two chicks to leave the nest box, and one of them later returned.
This photo, taken shortly after 10:00 a.m., shows Glory and Nadya still in the box, perhaps watching their brother and sister trying out their wings.
http://history.mayoclinic.org/tours-eve ... rogram.php

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:hithere: Thank you for the info, Shepherd. The last 2 were still hanging out on the ledge last I checked :loveheart:


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I have not had time to watch much so missed the fledging. This was such a great story after a bumpystart :eggthumb:
2 in front of box at 10:27pm

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They are hard to see after they've left. :biggrin:

How are you Bev?
Howya like temp living?

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Its our 4th - INDEPENDENCE DAY - but - I did throw your flag in too. :biggrin:

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hi Shep.
I have missed so much as I have schooled th e boys till last Friday. We will no t be in ou r home till end of Oct, early November. never done thi s before, so hard to get used to. but we are blessed ot bea ble to be with family. thank you for including our flag. We are all in this together. :1val:

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Mayo Clinic falcon found injured
Orton, a male of a nesting pair of peregrine falcons at Mayo Clinic, was found injured in downtown Rochester Wednesday.




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Carolyn, it won’t let me read it unless I subscribe....Am I understanding this correctly?


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Carolyn, it won’t let me read it unless I subscribe....Am I understanding this correctly?


Orton, the male of Mayo Clinic’s nesting peregrine falcons, will be back in the air later this summer after he was found injured in downtown Rochester on Wednesday.

Someone spotted the raptor under a car and contacted wildlife rehabilitator Foxfeather Zenkova. Orton appeared to struggle trying to fly.

This time of year, most calls about injured raptors involve juveniles who either have trouble flying or were injured after fledging the nest, said Lori Arent, assistant director of the Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota.

“That was my first hope,” she said, “that it wasn’t the father of the group.”

Orton and his mate, Hattie, live atop a Mayo Clinic building in a nest box. The pair had four chicks this year — three females and a male. The four were banded June 3. The mother will have to provide for all four chicks on her own while Orton recovers from his injuries.

Orton was diagnosed with a broken keel — the breast bone. His flight muscles are attached to the bone, which is why he was having difficulty flying.

“He obviously collided with something,” Arent said. “I’m just glad somebody found him.”

The bone should heal in about a month, and after that, rehabilitators will help him rebuild his flight muscles, she added.

“We have every reason to believe he’s going to make a full recovery,” Arent said.

The chicks should be old enough to forage for some of their own food, but Hattie will still have to pull double duty for the next few weeks. Had Orton been injured two or more weeks ago, when the chicks were entirely dependent on their parents, this incident could have threatened their chances of survival.

“This would have been really traumatic a couple weeks ago,” she said.

Cities can be difficult for raptors to navigate. This time of year, as the birds of prey fledge from their nests, the Raptor Center gets busy with those that are injured trying to leave the nest and navigate around man-made objects and buildings.

Right now, the center is housing 80 birds at various stages of rehabilitation.

Arent advises people who find a raptor they believe is injured to contact a wildlife rehabilitator before moving it. The bird could be a fledgling that is not hurt, but instead is unable to competently fly.

“It’s really important to make sure it really needs help before intervening,” she said.

Mayo Clinic has kept peregrine falcons since 1987 as the birds were reintroduced into Minnesota. There are now more than 70 nesting pairs of falcons across the state.


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:hithere: Thank you for putting the article up for me, Carolyn! Here’s hoping Orton can make a speedy recovery :flirty:


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July 14 - We’re sorry to share the news that Annabelle, one of this year’s four fledglings, was found dead this morning on the ground next to the Mayo Building. She had a pigeon carcass right beside her, so our guess is that she was hunting and misgauged something in flight and hit the building. While this is difficult news, it is typical of the trials young falcons face during their first year. Experts estimate that three out of four falcons do not survive until their first birthday. Below are photos taken today of Annabelle’s siblings (Nadya, Glory and Orville) who are doing very well.


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:sorrow: Fly high, Annabelle :cryinggirl:


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