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Peregrine Falcon #17-1244 update

A biologist at Shenandoah National Park reported that the Peregrine Falcon was successfully released at the hack site within the park on Wednesday, June 28. The bird was gradually released — the cardboard transport box was partially opened, and the bird came out after about 30 minutes, and hopped around on the rocks. Within a few minutes, she flew around the hacksite in a big semi-circle, and then headed to a southern wooded ridge about three-quarters of a mile away.

from Wildlife Center of Virginia RSS


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