Jul 23 2009

Where do they go?

Published by at 9:02 am under Migration,Peregrines

At this time of year our juvenile peregrines are about to leave home.  Some of them may have left already on the journey of their lives. 

Where do they go?  See a new entry on the Peregrine FAQs page for answers.

(*FAQs are frequently asked questions.)

3 responses so far

3 Responses to “Where do they go?”

  1. elizabeth a airharton 23 Jul 2009 at 11:19 am

    hello ; i am over here from the ubc botany a day web site
    button bush is the plant of the day and i became
    curious about your page when i used google

    happy to be here- i live in florida and from nj long time ago

  2. Dianer Flaniganon 25 Jul 2009 at 8:44 pm

    I saw one of the young Perigrines on the 62 street bridge when I rowed under the bridge. The perigrine was sitting right above the red light on the up river side of the bridge. He has been coming there lately and has been seen by others.

  3. Kate St. Johnon 25 Jul 2009 at 8:50 pm

    That’s great news. There’s a peregrine nest box on that bridge because a pair nested there in 2007. They didn’t nest in 2008 because the bridge was under construction. Maybe a pair will nest there next year. Hope so!

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