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Following the Falcons

Have you noticed those water spots on the glass?

This morning as I was watching the falcons swap spots in the box, one of
those water spots lined up over an egg in the box and I thought it was
another broken egg. I was glad to find out it was only the dirty glass.
And speaking of dirty glass, this glass will get a lot dirtier before it
gets cleaned. This large pane of glass is cleaned a few weeks after the
last chick is hatched and when the chicks are collected for banding. Our
window washers always have to keep one eye on the sky when washing the
windows. The falcons don't like the window washers; much like the postman
and dog relationship.

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  • Avatar Jackie Lueders says:

    zac, jeb,and jody and zeda. I love watching thease falcons and can hardly wait for the eggs to hatch.

  • Avatar Christy Solomon says:

    I have been watching the first eggs hatch for about the last 50 minutes. I think this chick should be named Miracle.

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