Boise Urban Peregrines Egg Watch (& Wait)

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Boise’s own PEFAs are diligently continuing their duties in the box on One Capital. I’ve only seen one egg thus far, as the scrape is under the camera, seen here: . The tiercel’s been spending a significant amount of time brooding lately, especially mid-morning, giving the falcon much-needed breaks. Let’s continue to hope that this new, very young, pair has some fuzzy results from all of their hard work at the end of the month. Time will tell.


2 thoughts on “Boise Urban Peregrines Egg Watch (& Wait)

    1. Good, I haven’t been at the webcam as much as usual the past few days. Thought I spied a 2nd egg the other day, which looked a lot better than the dinky/narrow 1st one. There are 2 or 3 up there, & another friend votes for 4. I/we saw what certainly looked to be 3 laying times, & they coincide with the recent onset of hard incubation. Let’s just hope the little things hatch, & then that we have healthy fuzzies. I’m trying not to be nervous over this new bunch, but…. >gulp<

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