To be honest, I was beginning to wonder whether the Peregrine Falcons were going to breed this year. As I have mentioned, the birds had the first egg on 26 March last year. It is not surprising that activity is a bit later this year, but going on more than two week later was feeling a little off. Plus, the Woodmen Peregrine Falcons had already completed their four egg clutch several days ago. I guess the bottom line is our birds play by their own rules. We will hopefully see another egg in a couple days.
Home » Nongame Bird Blog » Finally! – an egg
Barn Owl Rescue
An Act of Devotion Nebraska Game and Parks district offices get many calls about wildlife. …