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July - August 2000

Saturday July 1, 2000
Marcel Gahbauer reports:   Adelaide was seen in flight early this morning, but then spent most of the day resting (presumably on the roof of the King Edward Hotel).  Late in the afternoon, she was spotted on the roof of the office building on the south side of Colborne, opposite the King Edward.  It would seem that for the time being, Adelaide has decided to stay close to home, but she will likely become more interested in further explorations in the days to come.

Sunday July 2, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  When I returned to the area at 12:25 the local female was in a slot on the west side of the CIBC building, mid way up.  She remained in the area until 4:10pm but was unusually quite restless, flying around the area and taking up several other positions on the building.  At 4:30pm Windwhistler-Spike was seen briefly on the west side of the CIBC building and also flying around the area.

Yesterday, the local female was on the south side of the CIBC building between 4:25 and 5:05pm.

Monday July 3, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female was in a west middle slot when I returned to the area at 12:00pm.  She remained there until 3:45pm when she flew over to the south west corner of 77 Bloor West for 15 minutes.  She then flew back to the CIBC building, out of view.  At 4:15, she was on the south east corner of 77 Bloor West, moved to the south east corner of 55 Bloor West at 4:45pm and finally disappeared 10 minutes later.

Tuesday July 4, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  At 7:25am the local female was in a middle slot on the south side of the CIBC building.  She was in a middle slot on the west side of the building between 12:30pm and 1:35pm.

Wednesday July 5, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female was seen on various locations on the CIBC building between 8:30 and 7:40am after which I left the area.  On returning, she was seen in a west mid slot at 11:55.  At 4:40pm she appeared on the top of the south facing CIBC logo, remaining there until 6:20pm. Windwhistler-Spike was briefly on the south side of the same building at 6:00pm and flew south on Bay 10 minutes later. 

Thursday July 6, 2000
Marcel Gahbauer reports:  After keeping us in suspense for the past three days, Adelaide finally reappeared this afternoon.  Prior to today, she had last been seen Monday morning around 10:30 am. At that time, she was being harassed by the local kestrels, and flew southwest.  Despite a thorough search of the area, volunteers could not determine where Adelaide ended up, and there was no trace of her over the past two days.  Thankfully, we did receive our first satellite reading from her transmitter yesterday, which indicated that she had been somewhere in the vicinity of Yonge & Dundas around noon on Tuesday.  (Note: within the next couple of weeks we plan to set up a page on the website dedicated to Adelaide's travels in our Project Track-'em section)

This afternoon, we heard from office workers at 20 Bay Street that Adelaide was visiting an 18th floor window ledge of their building.  CPF volunteers were able to take a good look at her, and determined that she is in good shape - although she has been missing for three days, it would seem that she perhaps was just elusive, or else not terribly active.  Later this afternoon, she took off from her window ledge and flew south again, losing a bit of altitude, but making a good flight to end up on the south side of the Air Canada Centre. 

Friday July 7, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  At 5:20am the local female was on the top of the south facing CIBC logo.  She was still there when I left the area at 7:40am. Windwhistler-Spike was feeding on the mid south ledge of the same building at 1:15pm.  Yesterday, Thursday, the local female was in various positions of the CIBC building between 5:30 and 7:35am.

Saturday July 8, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female was on the top of the south facing CIBC logo between 5:30 and 6:50am.  She reappeared on the building between 8:20am and 12:10pm.  Windwhistler-Spike was feeding on the south mid ledge at 6:00am.

Sunday July 9, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  At 5:25am the local female was on the top of the south CIBC logo.  At 6:05 she disappeared momentarily, returning with a starling, took it over to south east part of the roof of 66 Bloor West and left it there.  She spent the rest of the morning, between 9:25 and 11:30 in a mid west CIBC slot.  At 1:10pm she flew from the west to the northeast corner of 66 Bloor West, 'danced' the distance to the southeast corner, retrieved the starling, cleaned and ate it.  She was gone 25 minutes later.

Monday July 10, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  7:50am found the local female on the top of the south CIBC logo. She left at 8:45 when the swing stage was being put in position. Windwhistler-Spike made a brief appearance on the south east corner of the same building at 8:15am.  The female was back with prey on the south west corner at 9:55 and remained in the area until 1:30pm. She returned to the top of the south CIBC logo at 5:05pm, remaining there until 5:40pm.  Windwhistler-Spike was on the ledge just under her at 5:35 and was still there at 5:50pm.

Wednesday July 12, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female was on the top of the south CIBC logo at 5:45am. She remained in the area until 7:50 including a quick trip to Bloor and Avenue Road and back.  She returned to the CIBC building at 9:00 and remained there until the swing stage bothered her at 1:10pm. Yesterday, the female was in various positions on the CIBC building between 5:25 and 7:00am.  Windwhistler-Spike put in a brief appearance on the top of the south facing CIBC logo at 6:35am.

Thursday July 13, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Between 5:35 and 6:20am the local female was in a west CIBC slot.  She reappeared in a west mid slot at 8:20, remaining there until 10:45am when the window washers were just one floor above her!  She quickly took off towards the Bloor and Avenue Road area.

Friday July 14, 2000
Harry Crawford reports: At 7:40am the local female was on the top of the south CIBC logo.
She left 15 minutes later, returning at 8:20am to the mid south east ledge with prey.  She fed for 20 minutes before again disappearing. At 12:05pm both peregrines were seen soaring high above Bay and Bloor, taking advantage of the high winds just before the storm.  At 3:20pm the female was back to finish off her prey.  She left the area at 6:00pm.

Saturday July 15, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female was seen in various locations on the CIBC building between 6:00 and 7:45am, briefly at 9:15am and between 10:25am and 12:10pm.

Tuesday July 17, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Both Windwhistler-Spike and the local female were on the south side of the CIBC building by 5:30am.  At 6:10 they moved to the south side of 66 Bloor West, each taking up a position on the east and west side.  By 6:45am they were gone.  The female was back on the middle west ledge of the CIBC building between 11:05am and 1:10pm. At 3:10pm Windwhistler-Spike was briefly seen on the top of the 'y' of the south facing Bay logo.  At 4:45pm an unidentified peregrine was circling high above Bay and Bloor.

Yesterday the local female was seen on the south side of the CIBC building between 5:30 and 5:55am and briefly at 5:25pm.

Wednesday July 18, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female was on the top of the south CIBC logo at 5:40am, was seen soaring over Avenue Road and Bloor 15 minutes later and was briefly seen on the top of the 'y' of the south facing Bay logo at 7:25am.  She was back on the south side of the CIBC building between 8:20am and 12:10pm.  During this time Windwhistler-Spike spent 15 minutes on the top of the south facing CIBC logo at 10:55. He was last seen flying to the west.  It was nice to see both birds together again.  The female was briefly on the south side of the same building at 12:45pm and 6:25pm.

Marcel Gahbauer reports:  Bruce Massey tells me that volunteers downtown continue to spot Adelaide quite regularly in the Harbourfront area.  She is most often in the area of Harbour Square, or else at the base of Bay Street.  The adults are occasionally seen making forays down toward Adelaide, presumably still dropping off food and/or providing hunting lessons, but both Kingsley and Victoria remain centred around the nest area at Victoria and King.  Meanwhile, King Eddie's recovery is continuing at the Owl Foundation, where he is regaining muscle strength in his wings, and we tentatively hope to be able to release him some time next week. 

Thursday July 20, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  At 5:30am the local female was on the top of the south facing logo of the CIBC building.  She remained there until 6:10am.  At 8:50am she was back on the north west corner of the same building, disappearing at 9:15am.

Yesterday, the local female was briefly seen in the south west corner of the middle ledge of the CIBC building at 6:25am.  She was seen later with Windwhistler-Spike on the west side of the same building at 6:30pm.

Friday July 21, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  6:20am found the local female on the south east corner of 66 Bloor West.  She disappeared at 6:55 and was then seen on the south middle ledge of the CIBC building between 7:10 and 8:05am.  There was another sighting of her between 12:30 and 1:35pm in a slot on the west side of the same building.

Saturday July 22, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Today both Windwhistler-Spike and the local female were on various locations of the CIBC building between 5:25am and 4:10pm.  I haven't seen them together like this for quite some time.  They didn't seem to interact but they were close together for much of the time.  They may have been vocalizing but my vantage point was so far away that I couldn't hear anything.

Sunday July 23, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female was visible on various locations on the CIBC building between 5:25am and 1:40pm.  Windwhistler-Spike joined her in the same area between 12:30 and 1:40pm.

Monday July 24, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female was visible on various locations on the CIBC building between 5:30 and 6:45am.  She was seen briefly in the west middle slot at 10:20am.

Wednesday July 26, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female was in a west CIBC slot between 5:35 and 6:10am. She was on the top of the south facing logo of the same building between 4:35 and 5:00pm. Yesterday she was in a middle west slot between 11:50am and 1:15pm of the same building.

Friday July 28, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The resident female was on the west side of the CIBC building at 5:40am.  She flew over to the south east corner of 55 Bloor West at 6:00, remained there for 15 minutes and then disappeared to the east.  At 11:30 she took up a mid slot on the west side of the CIBC building, remaining there until 2:25pm.  She was apparently on the roof of 55 Bloor West as she flew south from there at 2:45pm.

Yesterday she was seen briefly on the south west corner of 66 Bloor West at 8:00am.  A kestrel was in the area at 9:25am.

Saturday July 29, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  At 5:40am both Windwhistler-Spike and the resident female were each in a west slot on the CIBC building.  They were quite close, only 5 slots apart.  Windwhistler-Spike was gone by 6:15am and the female moved to the north west corner of the same building at 6:15am.  She made a few more appearances:  between 6:30 and 6:50am again on the north west corner, 7:40 and 8:25am in a west facing mid slot and 1:25 and 2:20pm in a similar spot.  Windwhistler-Spike was in a west facing mid slot of the CIBC building between 1:40 and 2:40pm.

Sunday July 30, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The resident female was briefly seen on the north west corner of the CIBC building at 6:40am.  She was in a west mid slot at 10:15, remaining there until 12:50pm when she flew east.  At 3:05pm she visited the south roof of 55 Bloor west briefly, was back again 10 minutes later, trying to balance on the top of an exhaust pipe, and was finally seen circling high above the CIBC building 10 minutes later.

Tuesday August 1, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Daybreak (5:50am) found the resident female in a west CIBC slot. She remained there until 6:40am when she was on the south east corner of the building and then disappeared.  She was in a west mid slot at 9:05 and was still in the area when I had to leave at 12:25pm.  At 5:45pm she flew from the roof of 55 Bloor West for a brief visit to the south west corner of 66 Bloor West.  At 6:25pm she was on the top of the west CIBC logo and left there for another quick visit to the south west corner of 66 Bloor West at 7:05pm.

Wednesday August 2, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Today seemed to find workers on the roof area of nearly every building in the Yonge and Bloor area.  When the fog lifted at 8:15am, both birds were seen in the area.  Windwhistler-Spike was on the top of the west CIBC logo until 10:15am and the resident female was on the west side of the same building until 12:50pm when she moved into a slot just above her location.  She remained there until 2:45pm.

Thursday August 3, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  At 6:15am an unidentified peregrine was circling above the CIBC building.  The resident female appeared in a west facing mid slot on the same building at 7:55am and remained there until 1:55pm.  During this time, at 1:30pm, Windwhistler-Spike was on the bottom of the west facing CIBC logo.  He also disappeared at 1:55pm.  4:25pm found the resident female on the south west mid corner of the CIBC building.  She moved into a south slot at the same level at 4:35pm remaining there until 4:55pm.  At 5:25 she was seen on the top of the south facing CIBC logo and was still there at 6:05pm.

Friday August 4, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Both peregrines were observed in the area for most of the morning. The difference today was their using the Bay building as well as the CIBC building.  Perhaps the folks in the CIBC building may now have a chance to read the band on the female if she ever lands on the west Bay logo.  Windwhistler-Spike was first seen at 5:50am and last seen at 8:40am.  The local female was also seen at first light, 5:50am and last seen at 1:00pm.

Saturday August 5, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The resident female was seen briefly at 6:55am.  She was on the mid south ledge of the CIBC building at 8:10 with prey.  She partially cleaned the prey and took off, leaving it on the ledge.  She was back at 11:20am to finish cleaning the prey and eating it, disappearing about 15 minutes later.

Sunday August 6, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  There was an unidentified peregrine circling above Bay and Bloor at 7:35 and 9:30am.  The local female made several window level passes of the north side of 44 Charles West at 12:50am.  She was also seen in a south CIBC slot between 7:00 and 8:00pm. 

Monday August 7, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Between 7:00 and 8:50am the local female was in various locations on the CIBC building with an occasional quick flight around the area. She was joined by Windwhistler-Spike at 9:30 for some circling high above 55 Bloor West.  She landed on the south east corner of 55 Bloor West a few minutes later, returning to the mid south ledge of the CIBC building at 10:25.  She was out of sight by 11:20am. Interestingly, a pigeon was in one of the south CIBC slots at 4:10pm -- some sort of 'home delivery' service.  It didn't remain there for long!

Tuesday August 8, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  First light (5:55am) found both peregrines on the top of the south
facing CIBC logo.  They moved off at 6:15am.  At 7:25am the local female was in a mid west slot, remaining there until 12:15pm.

Friday August 9, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Between 5:55 and 6:25am the local female was in various areas on and around the CIBC building.  She returned to the area at 7:25 and hung around until 8:15am.  Windwhistler-Spike arrived on a south mid ledge of the same building at 7:15 with food.  He disappeared at 7:45, leaving most of the prey there.  He was seen on the top of the south facing Marriott logo at 7:50, moved to the bottom of the south facing CIBC logo at 8:10 and disappeared at 8:30am.  He briefly visited the Marriott logo at 9:05.

11:30am found the local female (who is suspiciously starting to look like Mandy -- go figure!) in a west mid CIBC slot.  She was gone by 12:45pm.  She was in the same place between 5:50 and 6:05pm. Windwhistler-Spike came back to finish his meal between 1:35 and 1:55pm.

Saturday August 10, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Both peregrines were on the CIBC building at 5:50 (first light) and
remained there until 6:10am.  Windwhistler-Spike was back on the south side of the building at 6:55, took off after a small bird at 7:05, came back with it, stuffed it in a west facing slot and finally left at 7:10am.  He retrieved the bird at 8:15 and ate it on the south west corner of the CIBC building, leaving at 10:00am.  The local female made a brief appearance on the west side of the same building between 9:25 and 9:45am.  She was seen again briefly at 5:20 on the same building and Windwhistler-Spike was back feeding at 6:05pm.

Sunday August 11, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Between 5:55 and 6:35am the local female was in various locations of the CIBC building -- she was also viewed eating.  She returned to a west mid slot at 8:20, remaining there until 12:25pm. Windwhistler-Spike was also in the same area between 7:35 and 11:20pm and also seen eating.  He briefly visited the 'a' of the south Marriott logo at 2:35pm.

Monday August 12, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Windwhistler-Spike was on the south west corner of the CIBC building between 6:45 and 7:10am.  At 7:50 both peregrines flew in from the west and remained on the CIBC building until 12:30pm.  They were both back at 12:50 for 20 minutes.

Tuesday August 13, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  At 5:55 the local female was on the CIBC building, remaining there until 6:55am.  She was back briefly at 7:55am.  She was back again at 8:55 with Windwhistler-Spike and both remained on the CIBC building until 12:55pm.  Interestingly, when I was out this morning, I found part of a pigeon (shoulder with two wings attached) at the base of the north east corner of 55 Bloor West.  The local female was likely feeding on the top of the building.  Perhaps the CIBC building folks could check this area from time to time.

Wednesday August 16, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Windwhistler-Spike was on the west side of the CIBC building between 9:05 and 9:50am.  A kestrel appeared on the south east corner of the same building at 10:00 and was quickly challenged by Windwhistler-Spike.  There was quite a dog fight over Yonge and Bloor and before the kestrel was driven off after being driven up against the south side of the CIBC building.  Windwhistler-Spike was back on the south side of the CIBC building between 3:45 and 4:15pm. The local female was in the same location at the same time.

Yesterday (Tuesday) the local female was in a west CIBC slot briefly at 10:50am.  Windwhistler-Spike was briefly on the south east corner of 66 Bloor West at 6:25pm.  On Monday, Windwhistler-Spike was on the west mid ledge of the CIBC building between 7:55 and 8:10pm.

Thursday August 17, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female was seen on various areas of the CIBC building
between 6:00 and 7:00am.  The persist ant male kestrel was on the top of the 'y' of the south facing Bay logo for 10 minutes at 7:25am.  I didn't see if he was driven off by one of the peregrines.  The female peregrine was back again, this time on the mid west ledge of the CIBC building between 8:20 and 9:25pm.

Windwhistler-Spike was also around this morning.  He was first seen on the north west corner of the CIBC building at 8:20am, moved to the west antenna of the same building at 8:35, disappeared 5 minutes later, returning at 9:00 with prey.  He then spent 25 minutes on the west mid ledge feeding.  Later, at 5:15pm, he flew in from the west and stayed on the south east corner of the CIBC building until 6:40pm.

Friday August 18, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Between 6:00 and 6:25am and between 7:55 and 10:55am, the local female was on the west and south sides of the CIBC building. Windwhistler-Spike was seen feeding on the south mid ledge of the same building between 8:45 and 9:00am.

Saturday August 19, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female spent the time between 6:05 and 7:15am on various locations of the CIBC building including a quick trip to the roof of the Raddisson Hotel.  She returned to the mid south ledge of the CIBC building for 10 minutes at 8:45am.  Windwhistler-Spike was briefly on the north west corner of the CIBC building at 7:10am.  He returned to the west side of the same building with prey at 2:40pm and left 10 minutes later.  The local female later glided in from the west to land on the south east corner of the 55 Bloor West roof, quickly moving to the roof area and out of view at 4:50pm.

Sunday August 20, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  At 6:20am the local female was on the top of the south CIBC logo. She moved to the west mid ledge shortly after and disappeared from view around 8:00am.  At 8:50 a male kestrel flew in from the west and landed on the south east corner of the 55 Bloor Street West roof.  Then a female kestrel joined him and they moved to the roof area, out of view.  The female peregrine spent between 10:55 and 11:25am on the west side of the CIBC building.  At the same time, between 10:55 and 1:15pm, Windwhistler-Spike was on various positions of the same building.  When I returned to the area at 3:00pm, he was still there, disappearing 5 minutes later.

Monday August 21, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Both peregrines were in various locations on the CIBC building this morning:  Windwhistler-Spike first seen at 5:55 and the local female at 8:00am.  They were both out of view by 8:50am. Windwhistler-Spike was seen feeding on a small bird at 7:15am.  He also made a brief appearance in the same area between 12:05 and 12:50pm.  Both birds returned to the west side of the CIBC building at 3:25; the female left 10 minutes later followed by Windwhistler-Spike at 4:00pm.  During the first 20 minutes of this last sighting, Windwhistler-Spike did his 'flattening out and feather spreading routine' that I've seen him do in the past.

Tuesday August 22, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Both peregrines were again on the CIBC building at first light, 6:00am.  As usual, they occupied several locations.  The local female was gone from view at 6:35am while Windwhistler-Spike was in view until 9:25am.

Wednesday August 23, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Between 4:25 and 5:10pm the local female was on the top of the east CIBC antenna.  She then moved briefly to the south ledge of the building before disappearing from view.  There was too much fog in the early morning to see anything.  However, when I was on King Street around 12:20pm, I did see Victoria on the nest ledge.

Thursday August 24, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The pattern continues and Yonge and Bloor.  Both peregrines were seen in the early morning hours:  the local female first seen at 6:35 and Windwhistler-Spike at 7:25am.  They were in the usual places around the CIBC building and both disappeared from view at 9:10am.  The female peregrine was on the top of the south facing CIBC logo briefly at 5:40pm.

Friday August 25, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Windwhistler-Spike was on the south west corner of the CIBC building at 6:40am.  He spotted a small bird at 7:00, took off after it, caught it, returned to the south east corner, had breakfast and left the area at 7:10am.  He briefly returned to the area at 7:40.  The local female was seen briefly in the same area at 8:00 and 12:25pm. Windwhistler-Spike was back at 3:35pm and fed on some prey that he stuffed into a west mid slot some time previously.  An unidentified peregrine was circling high above Bloor and Jarvis around 5:00pm.

Saturday August 26, 2000
Marcel Gahbauer reports:  While walking out on the Leslie Spit today, Bruce Massey and I spotted a juvenile peregrine in flight, shortly after noon.  It was flying over "Bay B" and was making playful attacks at a couple of sharp-shinned hawks that were also passing over at the time (at least one of the hawks reciprocated!).  The peregrine flew off to the southeast (in the direction of the lighthouse) and disappeared from our sight behind trees.  It looked like a young male, but at the distance it was, we couldn't tell whether it had leg bands or not.     

Sunday August 27, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Windwhistler-Spike was on the south west corner of the CIBC building between 9:00 and 9:25am.  The local female made two brief visits to the CIBC west mid slots around 12 noon.  At 5:40pm she glided off the south west corner of the CIBC building, heading slowly to the Avenue Road and Bloor area.

Yesterday the local female landed on the roof area of 55 Bloor West at 8:40am.  She moved to the south east corner of 66 Bloor West 10 minutes later and quickly disappeared from view.

Monday August 28, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Windwhistler-Spike was seen feeding on the south west corner of the CIBC building at 6:55am.  At 7:15 he dove straight towards me [actually to the window directly to the right of where I was standing], turned within 6 to 8 feet from me, caught a sparrow and took it to the south west corner of 55 Bloor West.  He transferred the sparrow to his beak and hopped towards the north west corner of the building, out of my view.  He reappeared on the west side of the CIBC building for 10 minutes at 7:35am.  The local female was on the west side of the CIBC building at 7:15am, moved to the top of the east antenna at 7:35 and disappeared from view 10 minutes later.

Tuesday August 29, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  The local female was on the west side of the CIBC building at dawn, remaining there between 6:15 and 6:35am.  Windwhistler-Spike playfully chased a kestrel past the north side of 44 Charles Street West from west to east at 9:45am.  There didn't seem to be a serious attempt to catch or do harm to the kestrel.  Ten minutes later he was circling just south of the CIBC building and then landed on the foot of the west facing CIBC logo.  He remained there until 1:35pm when a bi-plane with a large banner started to circle the area.  At 4:45pm the local female circled a few times in front of the north face of 44 Charles West, sometimes coming quite close to the building. 

Wednesday August 30, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Both peregrines were on the west side of the CIBC building at 7:35am.  The local female was feeding on a pigeon while Windwhistler-Spike was watching, only a few feet away.  10 minutes later, he was feeding on the same carcass with the local female watching.  This sharing behaviour was also seen in the spring.  The female took off at 8:00am from the centre of the roof of 55 Bloor West heading east.  Windwhistler-Spike left the west side of the CIBC building at 8:45pm.

Thursday August 31, 2000
Harry Crawford reports:  Both peregrines were around the CIBC building this morning.  The local female was seen at 7:40am when the fog lifted, on the southeast corner.  She disappeared at 7:55; reappeared on the west mid ledge at 10:50 and disappeared again at 11:55am.  Windwhistler-Spike was also on the west mid ledge between 10:50 and 11:55am.  Both birds were seen circling and playing above the CIBC building at 12:30pm.

 

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