Really! Thanks so much for this. I'm often amazed to realize how riches can
lie at one's feet and not be seen or recognized. I'll have to get over there
and stake out a place as soon as I can.
On 5/6/14 3:38 PM, "Kent McFarland" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 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
> Kent McFarland
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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
>>> On 2014-05-06, at 1:03 PM, Geoffrey Gardner wrote:
>>>> FOY Blue-headed Vireo Bloodbrook Road, West Fairlee.
>>> Eve Ticknor
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