I was just watching them there a few weeks ago. They nest on the cliffs and
are comfortably seen from the diner parking lot....and on the diner's sign
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On Tue, May 6, 2014 at 2:43 PM, Geoffrey Gardner <
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> That must have been the Fairlee Diner on Rt. 5 in Fairlee just east of
> Across the road from the diner rise some quite high palisade cliffs, ideal
> for nesting Peregrines.
> I've never seen them there, but I'll certainly be looking for them now.
> Thanks for alerting me,
> On 5/6/14 2:20 PM, "eve ticknor" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Years ago I used to go see the Peregrines nesting across the road and up
> > from the parking lot of the West Fairlee Diner. Do they still nest
> > Eve
> > On 2014-05-06, at 1:03 PM, Geoffrey Gardner wrote:
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