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Lawrence Peregrines: female balancing outside nestbox!

Made a short visit mid-afternoon to find the unbanded female in the midst of a balancing act on the perch pole outside of the nest box!
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Lawrence Peregrine: adult male on the weathervane!

With wind out of the west at just under 10 MPH, 80 degrees, and clear blue skies, had a nice opportunity to observe the adult male Peregrine Falcon atop the Ayer Mill Clock Tower.  The male was seen in the late day sun perched on the back strut of the weathervane….a favorite perch over the […]
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Lawrence Peregrines: adult pair

Checked all around the Clock Tower this morning only to find both Lawrence Peregrines on the east side in the shade.  What a morning with bright cobalt blue skies, very light winds and the temperature pushing through 70 degrees.  The adult pair have been seen together quite a bit over the past week.  Lots of […]
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Peregrine Falcon: Woburn – preening

Nice looks this morning of the adult male peregrine falcon in Woburn as it sat on the perch by the nest ledge.  It spent most of its time preening feathers and just taking it slow.
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Peregrine Falcon: Woburn – adult female with legs bands 32/BC

The peregrine falcon adults in Woburn have both been seen with regularity over the past week. During my visits they have been perched in the shade and taking it easy. Not a lot of action! While driving by for a brief look this evening, discovered the banded (32/BC) adult female perched on one of the […]
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Peregrine Falcon female: Woburn

A beautiful Wednesday morning with lots of sunshine!  Both adult peregrines quietly perched mostly in the shade with very little activity!  The silver federal leg band is showing on the right ankle.
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Peregrine Falcon: Woburn adult female

While on the way home, made a short stop to observe the Woburn Peregrine Falcons.  One of the regular peregrine watchers, Jill, was just departing.  She had a nice chance to watch the adult female as well as the 2016 hatch year fledgling.  They had both departed, prompting Jill to do the same.  Minutes later, […]
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Lawrence Peregrine: adult female cacking away!

Had beautiful looks at the adult female peregrine falcon early this evening under clear skies, low humidity, SW winds at 13 MPH, and temp around 77 degrees.  It was about an hour before sunset under stunning light conditions!  The adult female was perched at the rim of the nestbox and then moved out onto the […]
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4 thoughts on “The Blog

  1. Kate Oliver says:

    Hi, Craig! This site is spectacular! I am working with the 21 st Century program at the Wetherbee School doing a river study of the Merrimack. We took our students on their first barge ride yesterday up river and saw a red tail chasing a great blue heron, many hawks, geese, mallards, and other birds. A rainbow on the way back. I had no idea there were kestrels in the area, nor did I know of the peregrines. My brother ( Craig, also!) has a live video feed of a nest at the top of the Marriott in Boston. I’m wondering if you had time to come share your knowledge with our 3 rd and
    4 th graders at the Wetherbee some day after school? If not, I’ll have them blog you on this site. Btw. I live in a lake in Tyngsboro and witnesses a pair if swans harassing some Canada geese this morning. Can they move! I could go on and on about our wildlife, but that’s for another day. Can’t wait to visit the rookery in NA. Thanks again for your site. Kate Oliver

  2. Jimmy Diaz says:

    I love this site..

  3. betsy says:

    I have added this page to my favorites and will check regularly
    thanks!

  4. Linda Gardner says:

    Craig
    Such a pleasure talking with you and seeing your incredible photos here! I will save this page to my favorites and check it every day !
    Have a great day….
    Linda

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