[CT Birds] Norwalk Peregrine's
Tina and Peter Green
petermgreen at hotmail.com
Sun Jun 17 13:58:22 EDT 2012
I wish I could say the same for the Westport Peregrines. I have seen no signs of any offspring since I saw the two adults at the same time several weeks ago. I checked again this morning and saw no Peregrines.Another note about not seeing birds, there seems to be absolutely no terns in Westport anywhere including Cockenoe Island.
No tern activity out there,just the oystercatchers and lots of gulls.Also had one Common Loon in breeding plumage between Cockenoe and Seymour's Rock.
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On Jun 17, 2012, at 11:50 AM, lpflynn at optonline.net wrote:
> For anyone wishing to study Peregrine Falcons up close, the Norwalk pair has fledged at least two young which are flying well and relentlessly following the adults, while begging for food.
> There is a local pigeon population so the refrigerator is never far away.
> This family and their antic's can easily be viewed from the Norwalk Seaport Assoc. Dock parking lot, this is between the Washington St. drawbridge and the Railroad bridge near the Imax.
> Enjoy a ferry trip to Sheffield Island while your down there.
> Larry Flynn
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