Falcon watchers are encouraged to see them both repeatedly poking around the original 1995-2014 scrape, in the far corner.It seems quite likely that they will try this location for their second clutch.
Thursday, November 30, 2017 - Great news for falconwatchers!
We have received a major grant from TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.
Based on these approximate laying dates, we may see little white balls of fluff around Mother's Day!
Thursday, April 6, 2017 - Falcon Watchers are keeping a close eye on Lily and Ossie, looking for signs of when they lay their first egg.
Friday, April 28, 2017 - Volunteers needed in June/July for our on-street watch. You choose your own 2-hour shifts from the online listing of available volunteer shifts. All we ask is that you e-mail us to register, attend a (2 hour) orientation meeting (to be announced, on a weekday evening early in June), and please show up for your shift(s) (or let us know at least a day ahead of time if you need to cancel). Oh, and if you have binoculars, that would be good! Judging by the activity we have seen in the last few days, we think laying may have begun Saturday or Sunday.
To learn more, click the VOLUNTEER button above (the e-mail address is there, too! Based on Lily's past performance, we expect that by the end of the week there could be 4 or 5 eggs in the scrape.It is very possible, and would explain her continued occupation of that end of the ledge. In preparation for a possible very late Falconwatch, we will be holding a VOLUNTEERS MEETING on Monday, June 19.Anyone who has offered to help out this year will be contacted with details. If you would like to help out please be sure to let us know by e-mail. This image of Lily removing a shell from the nest would seem to suggest that one has indeed hatched!Tikai Premium biedri var vērot citu lietotāju kameras.Lai kļūtu par premium (ZELTA) biedru uz mūžu un iegūtu šo funkciju, viss, kas Jums jādara, jānopērk jebkuru žetonu daudzumu vienu reizi!Based on our experience with Madame X in 2014, we have high hopes to see (and yes, actually *see*) new eggs by the end of the week!