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Bruce Flewelling <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Birds <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 12 Jun 2005 07:02:59 -0400
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For any of you who would like to see Peregrine Falcons in the wild (as opposed to the Kodak birdcam), I recommend the Forest Service observation site at Mount Horrid.  This is on Vt. Rt. 73 at Brandon Gap.  The resident Peregrines have one chick that is about 30 days old and should fledge in about a week.

Look at the highest cliff on the left.  There are two large cracks below the overhang.  The chick can be seen on the lowest crack, the one that runs downhill from right to left.  The chick is usually just to the left of the vegetation.


Bruce Flewelling
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