Category Archives: falcons

Bye bye, Birdie

Ok, so I could go on, like normal, quoting lyrics from the musical, but…well…I actually don’t know it very well so you’re on your own this time.  But to go along with the song you may or may not be … Continue reading

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Here comes the rain again

As we prepare for another day of rain in Charlotte, I keep getting questions (many from my mother) about how the falcons handle the rain.  I can’t imagine that they really love it, but it really doesn’t do them much … Continue reading

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All the noise noise noise noise

One of the questions that I was asked was about how the noise from uptown events (like the NASCAR Speed Street event) would affect the behaviors of the Peregrines on their nest.  In general, living in a place like the … Continue reading

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An afternoon workout

I’ve been out of town for most of the past few weeks and have missed a lot of the growing up that these birds have been doing.  I opened up the website today to see one of the chicks doing … Continue reading

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Sibling rivalry (again)

Clearly, I’m in a title rut, now.  I’m willing to keep running with this theme, though, because there’s so many fun things going on right now.  Last week I was over at a friend’s house.  Sitting in his backyard, I … Continue reading

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Sibling rivalry (??)

As I’m writing this post, I’m still not sure if there’s only one chick or more than one chick in the Peregrine Falcon nest at One Well Fargo in uptown.  Haven’t heard about it, yet?  Check out the FalCam at the … Continue reading

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