Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Peregrine Falcon is back in the city



This is a juvenile Peregrine Falcon. They have successfully bred in middle of the city and they built their nest in a nesting box for Common Kestrels that was much too small.


Peregrine Falcon on the castle of Nuremberg.
 Linked with Wild Bird Wednesday.

13 comments:

  1. Great find!! Boom & Gary of thje Vermilon River, Canada.

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  2. Well the size of the box didn't deter the parents from breeding. Very nice shots Christian.

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  3. Great photos and wonderful to see the birds in the middle of the city.

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  4. Cool seeing the peregrine falcon, it is amazing the spot these birds find to use for their nest. Great shots!

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  5. Wow,how lucky to have one in the city. Terrific shots!

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  6. It would seem they adapted quite well in the city.
    Great shots!

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  7. lovely to see. They seemd to manage despite the small box. :)

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  8. Interesting to read and good photos too!
    Greetings Pia

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  9. So fitting to have these royal birds nesting on top of a castle. Nice shots.

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  10. Glad to see them in the city.

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  11. These are a great addition to any city - although I'm not sure the pigeons would agree!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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