Peregrine Falcons and chick: Woburn

June 11, 2016 in Peregrine Falcon Woburn

CF2C4284-001The peregrine falcon chick in Woburn continues to grow bigger and now has entered the hunchback phase with its head held up and tilted forward much of the time.  No clear sign or sightings of other chicks so far.  This morning the female was seen on station at the nest when the male flew in and a food exchange took place.  the female then proceeded to feed to chick and later flew off after being bothered by a Mockingbird.

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