Following the Falcons


Sad News About AdorABEL

by   |   June 13, 2017

Unfortunately, the mortality rate of peregrine falcons in their first year is 59-70 percent, and we’ve already experienced this in the short lifetime of this year’s clutch.

AdorABEL (band number B/88) was found lifeless on the 5th floor…

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Connected by Action

by   |   May 22, 2017

Family, community and country are important to most of us. So if most Americans feel that way, why not join an organization based on these shared values?

Well, here’s the reason our members do. WoodmenLife takes action. We…

Following the Falcons


Four Female Falcons – Let the Naming Begin!

by   |   May 19, 2017

With four female falcons, what names would you give them?

We really want to know! Submit your names right now:

Desktop contest link: https://goo.gl/VxuSuu

Mobile/tablet contest link: https://goo.gl/Y11Dnc

You have from now until noon on Friday, May 26. We’ll narrow down the names,…

Following the Falcons


It’s Banding Day!

by   |   May 19, 2017

It’s the highly-anticipated falcon banding day! This is WoodmenLife’s 29th year of the falcon program, and we are so proud to play a part in helping the peregrine falcons bounce back from near extinction. You can watch…

Following the Falcons


Falcons Survived the Storm

by   |   May 17, 2017

Falcons are survivors.

Last night Omaha and the surrounding areas experienced a storm with 80 mph winds. With power lines and trees knocked down in the area, what about the falcons on the 28th floor of the WoodmenLife…

Following the Falcons


One Week Until Banding

by   |   May 12, 2017

One week from today we’ll know the falcons’ genders and WoodmenLife will launch the naming contest!

Every year, the winner of the naming contest gets to come to the following year’s banding. Last year’s winner, Joey Sarinana, lives…

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