Happy Mother’s Day

The first of the eggs has hatched! There’s a nice baby Peregrine Falcon tucked under the mama, now.

http://www.carolinaraptorcenter.org

Click on the FalCam link.

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About thomasbiology

I'm an Associate Professor of Biology at Queens University of Charlotte with a background in animal behavior with an emphasis in bird song. I've got two secret goals with this blog (well, since I'm sharing them, they're not so secret): 1. To encourage people to look at the natural world around them- not just as a hiking destination, but to notice all the little things moving around them all the time; and 2. To show some of the science that relates to these little things moving around. There's some really fascinating research out there that so few people get to see.
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3 Responses to Happy Mother’s Day

  1. mis says:

    i have been totally absorbed by the falcon cam – i am concerned that the one baby is not getting enough to eat and the one egg isn’t hatching – any updates from you, the expert, for us falcon fans?

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