Thursday, April 26, 2012

Red-tail hawks' nest; Ithaca, New York


Two cameras are focused on this red-tail hawk nest perched atop a 70-foot-high light pole on the athletic field at Cornell University.  It takes 50 days for the eggs to hatch.  At times you will see the male, Big Red, and the female, Ezra. 




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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Peregrine falcon family; San Francisco, California

updated 5-12-16

The Peregrine falcons have done it again! Four new chicks have hatched in their nest on the 33rd floor of the Pacific Gas and Electric Co. building in downtown San Francisco. The chicks hatched on April 1, no fooling!

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