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Following the Falcons

Following the Falcons


What Kind of Falcon Are You?

March 1, 2019

There are 37 species of falcons in the world, flying the skies above all of the continents, except Antarctica. There are several similarities among the birds, including their long, thin, tapered wings. But there are several differences,…

A female falcon sits above three falcon babies holding food

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Banding Day is Here! Are You Ready?

June 14, 2018

Banding Day 2018
WoodmenLife is celebrating the 30th year of it’s falcon program and tomorrow is the highly anticipated banding day! We are proud to have helped play a role in helping the peregrine falcons bounce back from near…

Two falcons in a nesting box at WoodmenLife Tower in Omaha

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Mintaka’s New Mate Has Been ID’d

April 10, 2018

We finally know who Mintaka’s been so sweet on for more than a month.

Please welcome Chayton to WoodmenLife Tower.

She hatched and was banded in May 2014 at American Century Investments in Kansas City, MO, area. Since then,…

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No Eggs? No Problem.

April 6, 2018

Many of you are aware of our beloved female tower falcon, Charity, and her untimely passing back in January. Without surprise, this has made mating season for our male falcon, Mintaka, a little abnormal. Falcon followers are…

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Reward: Identify Mystery Female Falcon

March 2, 2018

Calling all Falcon Fans! We need your help identifying Mintaka’s new female friend. WoodmenLife is going to donate $75 to the Fontenelle Forest Raptor Recovery program in the name of whomever can capture a clear image of…

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Sad News About AdorABEL

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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