Peregrine Falcon Chicks On Campanile Banded, Getting Ready To Fly

The adult female landed on top of the northwest spire several times, and several times landed on the west balcony and on the north balcony.
Mary Malec, a volunteer raptor nest monitor for East Bay Regional Park District, accompanied the team.
She took photos and provided the following description:While we were gathering, we saw the adult female take food into the nest area.
Glenn finished with the first chick and picked up the second and banded it, assisted by Doug Bell of East Bay Regional Park District.
The adult female was circling the tower and cakking at us most of the time we were in the nest area.

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