Mar 28 2008
Today’s photo of Dorothy, the female peregrine falcon at University of Pittsburgh, looks almost exactly like the one I captured on Easter Day. The difference is that by now she’s laid 3 eggs.
There were only 2 eggs in the nest last night; there were 3 this morning.
If Dorothy follows her normal pattern, she’ll produce a fourth egg two days from now.
Watch her “live” on the National Aviary’s webcam
March 30, 2008, 12:31pm: Dorothy has 4 eggs now. Thanks to Larry Laude who sent me a “heads up.”
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