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Following the Falcons

Following the Falcons


Falcons are Leaving the Nest

June 15, 2015

It looks like the young falcons are starting to fly the coup, literally. Sunday morning, one of the female falcons accidentally hopped out of the nest and over the side causing concern among falcon watchers.
The falcon managed…

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Tower Falcons Ready to Fly?

June 11, 2015

The WoodmenLife Tower Falcons have grown considerably in the short time since Banding Day. They've grown so much that the nest box can't hold them all any more.
One of the falcons has already left the nest and…

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All 4 Eggs Have Hatched!

May 7, 2015

In case you missed it, late Wednesday all four falcon eggs hatched! Here’s a glimpse of mom and her new babies.

Newly-hatched peregrine falcons are called “eyas”. If you are lucky, you can see mom and dad feeding…

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Almost Time for Eggs to Hatch

May 4, 2015

It's almost time for the four falcon eggs to hatch. The eggs were laid around April 3. This means the little ones should begin poking their heads out any day now. Keep watching!
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Four Eggs and a Fight

April 14, 2015

The Woodmen Tower female falcon laid its fourth egg around April 3 and began sitting on the eggs. For the next 33 days, both the female and male will take turns keeping the eggs warm. So, if…

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Three Eggs!!

March 31, 2015

A check of the falcon nest this morning showed three eggs.

Peregrine falcons lay a clutch of 3-5 eggs. Hopefully there will be a couple more eggs later this week. Once the female is done laying eggs, the…

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We Have an Egg

March 26, 2015

FalconWatch 2015 began this morning with the laying of the first falcon egg of the season. Over the next week another 3-5 eggs could be laid.

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A Busy Spring, But No Eggs Yet

March 24, 2015

It has been an exciting spring for the Woodmen Tower Falcons and there hasn't even been a egg laid yet. 
First, a new male falcon was sighted in late February at the Tower nestbox. Male #19/K was the…

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