Nesting Photos

Below are the pictures of the falcons nesting during the 2016 season. Enjoy!

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Falcons flying in the sky

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Falcons flying in the sky.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

He was released back at the Weston site and is doing fine.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

The good news is that his injuries were not serious.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Employees found him and Marge from the Raptor Educational Group, Inc. came to pick him up.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Blaze tried to fly it didn't go perfectly. He crashed into the side of a one of the Weston buildings.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Parent showing the youngster how to fly.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Getting adult feathers.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Nap time.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Baby falcons practice flapping their wings in the nest. Getting ready to fly.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Banding the falcons.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Banding the falcons.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Banding the falcons.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Banding the falcons.

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Feeding time.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

The chicks are taking a nap.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Feeding time.

Video of the first chick hatching

Video of the fourth chick hatching

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Feeding time.

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The little chicks together.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

The fourth chick working it way to get out on May 8 at 10:34 am.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

The fourth chick emerging. See the crack in the egg.

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Mother keeping everyone warm.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Three chicks hatched. The third one was completely out of the egg by 12:21 pm on May 7.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

The second chick hatches overnight between May 6 and May 7 but this little chick did not live.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

First chick just minutes after hatching on 5/6/16 at 6:51pm.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

The falcons are being so patient. They should hatch sometime between May 5-7.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Yep, all 4 eggs are still in the nest.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Checking to see if all the eggs are still there.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

On April 4 at about 1:48 pm the mother falcon layed her fourth egg.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Both parents in the nest.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Now there are 3 eggs. The third one came between 5:00 pm on 4/1 and 6:34 am on 4/2.

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Sitting on the eggs.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

The nest with 2 eggs. Falcons lay their eggs about 2 days apart.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Now there are 2 eggs. The mother is Rosalee and the father is Sheldon.

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The nest shows one egg.

Weston Peregrine Falcons

Mother laying on her first egg.



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