From Barbara Walker-- stunning photos
Miramar, Florida & North Aurora, Illinois
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Subject: Fabulous Peregrine Falcon Photos
Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2010 20:53:04 -0400
From: Barb Walker <email@example.com>
To: 'Barb Walker' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
These photos are so exceptional. I thought you all would enjoy them so
am forwarding them along. Thanks Andrea and Will for sharing. Very
interesting information on the Peregrine Falcon from California.
*From:* Andrea Webb
*Sent:* Sunday, July 11, 2010 8:00 PM
*To:* Barb Walker
*Subject:* Fwd: [FWD: Peregrine Falcon update from Will's office]
Begin forwarded message:
*Date: *July 11, 2010 7:53:11 PM EDT
*To: *"Will Sooter"
*Subject: [FWD: Peregrine Falcon update from Will's office]*
I hope this finds each you enjoying your summer by spending as much
time out doors as your time allows.
Since last March I've been able to put in over 500 hours observing
and documenting the behavior of our coastal Peregrines. This year I
had help from Glen, Phil and Steve, each whom spent time with me and
also sent me information on their own individual observations. I put
special emphasis on keeping detailed notes all types of behavior
(i.e. copulation times & duration, brooding time, hunting time, prey
type captured, food exchanges, feeding times and intruder attacks).
Particular attention was and is being paid to post-fledgling behavior.
You will be please to know that the adult Peregrines succeeded in
producing four new fledglings this year. Three tiecels (males) and
one very large female. The males fledged on day 39 and the female on
day 42. Today the juvenile Peregrines are 74 days old. Two have
dispersed from their parents habitat. One juvenile tiercel and the
one large female remain, but I expect that they too will soon
disperse from the area to establish there own habitat anywhere from
30-300 miles away.
Attached are a few photos that I was fortunate to capture of the
Peregrines over the course of the last 4 months. The story behind
the first photo is posted below can be seen here
<http://www.flickr.com/photos/peregrinefalcon/4567861227>/). All new
photos of this years Peregrine behavior & development can be viewed
on my website, www.sharpeyesonline.com
<http://www.sharpeyesonline.com/>. There is a new intro slide show
and the homepage and under my "Portfolio" several new galleries.
Thanks to each of you who have supported my observations over the
last several years. I really appreciate it! Wishing you and your
families all the best,
"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything
better" Albert Einstein
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