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January - February 2005
Thursday February 3, 2005
Jeff reports: An adult falcon appeared on the King Eddy's ventilation window canopy on Boxing Day, trying to get some protection from the heavy snow but I have not made any other sightings since then until today, 3 February. At around 10:30 a.m., an adult was eating what I took to be a pigeon on the North-East corner of the King Eddy roof.
Monday January 10, 2005
Paul Marshman reports: Checking the Victoria St. nest sight about 3:30 this afternoon, in relatively mild weather, I found two peregrines sitting on opposite corners of One Financial Place -- the first time I've seen that in quite a while. They have been scarce over the past few days, but I have seen them on the nest ledge numerous times since the new cameras went in. In fact, about a week afterward, I twice saw them both on the ledge, sitting in adjacent squares (although not in the nest square).
Tuesday January 4, 2005
Jan Chudy reports: Driving by at 8:40 a.m. I spotted an adult on the north east corner of the King Eddie roof. Based on its size, I guessed it to be Spike. I then spotted a second bird on one of the ledges of 1 Financial Place. I could not clearly identify it.
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