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Uptown Toronto Photo Gallery 2004

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Ranger & Hunter captured once again on film.

(Photos by Todd Sharman
 of Canadian Tire Corp)
 

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And a juvenile red-tailed hawk seen  near by...

Photo by Jeff Zweifel


Uptown Toronto Photo Gallery 2003

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Ranger & Hunter captured on film.

It was with the assistance of these remarkable photos that the falcons known to us as Bonny and Clyde were positively identified as Ranger and Hunter.

(Photos by Todd Sharman
 of Canadian Tire Corp)

 

 

To the left is a photo of the fourth and final egg (of the first clutch of eggs) on the nest ledge just before the adult female broke it and then consumed (ate) it. Broken egg on the right. 

Ranger and Hunter have since laid a second clutch of four eggs that they are currently incubating.

(Photos by Todd Sharman
 of Canadian Tire Corp)

 


Uptown Toronto Photo Gallery 2002

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July 2002 -- A couple of views of Bonnie G, already appearing much darker than she was in May, suggesting that she has largely moulted into her adult plumage.  (Photos by Kelly Fleming)

 

 

 

 

May 30, 2002 -- Bonnie G, the female peregrine on her nest at the Yonge/Eglinton nest site.  (Photo by Mark Nash)

 

May 30, 2002 -- Bonnie G reaches down to adjust the position of the eggs underneath her; part one of the three eggs can be seen.  (Photo by Mark Nash)

 

 

May 30, 2002 -- A view of Bonnie G's narrow nest ledge from the roof above.  (Photo by Mark Nash)

 

 

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