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 Post subject: Re: BREAKING NEWS~MAY, 2018
PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2018 7:40 am 
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USA and International Peregrine falcons nesting calendars have been updated (!)

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I do not know where and how well I can see but in Kwidzyn is EIGHT CHICKS

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INTERNATIONAL KESTRELS Poland ( Castle Kwidzyn)

I do not know where and how well I can see but in Kwidzyn is EIGHT CHICKS

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Walsall~Sad to report that they have lost a chick. Not sure when. (Noted on the calendar)

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Buffalo has just posted an update on the cam page...

    On May 24, DEC staff were working carefully to band two peregrine chicks at the University at Buffalo nest box, which has been a productive site since the spring of 2009. Banding young birds in nests each year enables biologists to track productivity and populations of peregrine falcons. Upon opening the box to access the nestlings, one chick bumped the other off the edge to the ground below. This rare and unfortunate incident occurred quickly and was unavoidable. To ensure the safety of future nestlings, DEC will assess future banding efforts at this site. We regret the loss of this young peregrine.

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Buffalo has just posted an update on the cam page...

    On May 24, DEC staff were working carefully to band two peregrine chicks at the University at Buffalo nest box, which has been a productive site since the spring of 2009. Banding young birds in nests each year enables biologists to track productivity and populations of peregrine falcons. Upon opening the box to access the nestlings, one chick bumped the other off the edge to the ground below. This rare and unfortunate incident occurred quickly and was unavoidable. To ensure the safety of future nestlings, DEC will assess future banding efforts at this site. We regret the loss of this young peregrine.


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WE have lost an egg at Bell , Alberta. will pos t more on site later. this happened yesterday may28 in th e pm

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bev. wrote:
skygirlblue wrote:
Buffalo has just posted an update on the cam page...

    On May 24, DEC staff were working carefully to band two peregrine chicks at the University at Buffalo nest box, which has been a productive site since the spring of 2009. Banding young birds in nests each year enables biologists to track productivity and populations of peregrine falcons. Upon opening the box to access the nestlings, one chick bumped the other off the edge to the ground below. This rare and unfortunate incident occurred quickly and was unavoidable. To ensure the safety of future nestlings, DEC will assess future banding efforts at this site. We regret the loss of this young peregrine.


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