The Canadian Peregrine Foundation

MIDTOWN TORONTO ARCHIVES

October - December 2002

Tuesday December 31, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   At 10:56am, the adult female flew in from the east and took up the south west roof corner of 55 Bloor West (Bank of Montreal). At 11:15am she hopped down onto the roof and her head was visible for a few minutes. Interestingly, there were two workers on the east side of the roof at the same time, clearly visible to her. She was on the north east corner of 77 Bloor West briefly at 2:16pm. At 4:08pm she was on the west CIBC antenna briefly before retiring into a south CIBC slot for the night at 4:11pm. Her tail could still be seen sticking out of the slot at 5:15pm.

Monday December 30, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The adult female peregrine spent most of the day on the CIBC building. She was first observed at 7:35am on the west side, disappeared at 12:34pm, was back at 2:25pm and was still there after dark when the fog rolled in, at 5:24pm. It didn't look like she was going to spend the night in a concrete slot.

Sunday December 29, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   When I got back to the area at 3:30pm, the adult female was on the south side of the CIBC building. She moved into a south concrete slot for the night at 4:41pm and her tail could still be seen sticking out of the slot at 5:10pm. She was not seen in the morning.

Saturday December 28, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The adult female moved into a west CIBC slot for the night at 4:57pm. Yesterday, she flew in from the east and occupied a south CIBC slot for the night.

Thursday December 26, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   9:58am found the adult female on the south side of the CIBC building. She was gone from view at 11:17am.

Wednesday December 25, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The adult female peregrine spent a snowy Christmas day starting out on the top of the west CIBC logo at 7:48am; moving to the west ledge at at 10:44am; the south side of the same building by 2:05pm; over to the top of the 'y' of the south Bay logo at 3:04pm and finally into a south CIBC slot for the night at 4:08pm. Her tail could still be seen sticking out at 5:03pm.

Tuesday December 24, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The adult female appeared on the south side of the CIBC building at 3:25pm and remained there until she moved into a south CIBC slot for the night at 4:58pm. Earlier in the day, around 1pm, a red-tailed hawk was circling just north of 44 Charles West. It eventually went on a great stoop to the south, out of view.

Sunday December 22, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The adult female was discovered sleeping, on the top of the 'a' of the east Bay logo at 9:07am. She moved into a south CIBC concrete slot for the night at 4:31pm.

Thursday December 19, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   From 8:14 to 9:55am, the adult female occupied the west side of the CIBC building. She moved into a west CIBC slot for the night at 4:45pm and could still be seen there at 5:00pm.

Wednesday December 18, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The adult female was first seen on the west side of the CIBC building at 7:36am. She remained there until 8:45am before disappearing. She returned to the same location at 10:50am and
remained there for the rest of the day. She chose to spend the night there instead of going into one of the slots and could be seen on the ledge when I last checked, at midnight.

Tuesday December 17, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The adult female started off on the top of the 'e' of the south Bay logo at 8:04am. She remained there until moving to the south side of the CIBC building at 9:45am, then disappearing at 10:00am. She was on the west side of the same building from 12:42pm until 3:45pm and then moved into a west CIBC slot at 4:11pm for the night (somewhat earlier than usual). She could still be seen at 5:00pm.

Monday December 16, 2002
Bruce Massey reports:   Found a female on South Bay Sign. She appeared sub-adult in the bright sunlight. Was also able to see by her shadow that she did not have an antenna.

Saturday December 14, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The female peregrine started off on the top of the south Marriott logo at 7:41am, remaining there until 7:55am. She was on the bottom of the south Bay 'B' from 8:16am until 12:30pm and from 1:40pm until 3:15pm. At 3:54pm she flew eastward above Bloor from the Avenue Rd. area to Yonge and Bloor. She was on the top of the south CIBC logo at 4:21pm, remained there until 4:57pm when she moved into a south concrete slot for the night.

Friday December 13, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The adult female was first seen on the west side of the CIBC building at 2:46pm. She remained there until moving into a west concrete slot for the night at 4:38pm. She could still be seen at 5:00pm. Yesterday, she was on the very top of the west CIBC antenna from 2:26pm until disappearing at 4:14pm. She faced north the whole time.

Wednesday December 11, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The adult female was on the west side of the CIBC building from 12:47pm until 3:50pm when she moved into a concrete slot just above her. She was still visible at 5:06pm, end of light. Yesterday she
was on the very top of the west CIBC antenna from 8:18am until 8:46am.

Monday December 9, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The adult female was seen feeding for a brief time at 7:39am on the north east corner of 80 Bloor West.  She was back in the same spot with prey at 2:35pm.  Feathers were flying in all directions!  She disappeared from view around 3:05pm.

Sunday December 8, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The adult female was seen near the end of a feeding session on the north east corner of 80 Bloor West at 1:14pm.  She cleaned her talons at 1:21pm and quickly took off, first to the east and then back towards Bloor and Avenue Road.  She was on the top of the south Marriott logo from 2:48 until 3:34pm.

Friday December 6, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:    The adult female appeared on the west side of the CIBC building at 11:50am, soon to be interrupted by the swing stage moving up the south face of the building. She moved over to the 'B' of the south Bay logo for a brief visit at 11:58am. She moved into a south CIBC concrete slot at 4:46pm, likely to stay for the night. Yesterday, she moved into a similar slot at 4:31pm.

Wednesday December 4, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:    The female peregrine was seen briefly on the south side of the CIBC building from 3:07 until 3:30pm. She was in a south CIBC slot at 4:50pm, likely for the night.

Tuesday December 3, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:    The female peregrine appeared on the south side of the CIBC building at 1:12pm. She had a full crop and appeared to be enjoying the sun.  She disappeared from view at 3:45pm but was back in a south CIBC slot at 4:42pm, remaining there until end of light at 5:07pm.

Monday December 2, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:    The female was first seen on the south side of the CIBC building at 1:47pm. She remained there until moving into a south CIBC slot at 4:07pm. She could be seen there up until 4:46pm.

Sunday December 1, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:    Today, the adult female was on the top of the south facing Marriott logo from 7:38am (she may have been there earlier than this) until 11:40am when she disappeared from view.

Saturday November 30, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:    The adult female was in a south concrete slot on the south side of the CIBC building from 3:20pm until after dark, 5:10pm. She
 disappeared briefly, from 4:14 until 4:28pm.

Thursday November 28, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:    The female peregrine was seen briefly on the top of the south Marriott logo at 12:10pm. Although I didn't see her throughout the  rest of the day, it is likely that she was on the north side of the CIBC and Bay buildings.

Wednesday November 27, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:    The female was first noticed on the top of the south Marriott logo at 7:55am. She remained there until 9:45am when she took up the
 south side of the CIBC building, disappearing shortly before 12 noon. She was back in the same location at 2:58pm and stayed there until 4:50pm when she moved into a concrete slot just above her  position. What is interesting is that she doesn't always select the same slot.

Tuesday November 26, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:    The female peregrine was seen briefly on the south side of the CIBC  building at 9:17am. She returned to the same location at 11:23am,  remaining there until 2:23pm when she took over the top of the west CIBC antenna, facing north. At 3:19pm she was back down again, on  the south side of the building, moved into a concrete slot at 3:52pm and was still seen well after the end of light, at 5:02pm.

Monday November 25, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The female was seen circling above the CIBC building at 11:33am  while workers were changing out lighting elements from the south  logo. I didn't see anything that looked like aggression but would  loved to have been near enough to hear if she was vocalizing or not.   Earlier, at 7:14am, a kestrel was on the south east corner of 77  Bloor Street West, surveying a former territory.

Sunday November 24, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   The female peregrine was first seen on the top of the south facing  Marriott logo at 8:28am, remaining there for a good part of the day  before disappearing by 2:35pm. She was on the south east corner of  the CIBC roof from 2:43 until 3:12pm.

Saturday November 23, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:   At 7:33am, the female peregrine flew in from the west, above Bloor  and past Bay finally landing on the top of the south facing Marriott  logo. At 9:29am she headed west to the north side of the Bay or  CIBC building, out of view.  Five minutes later, she was back on the  top of the south Marriott logo until disappearing at 12:05pm. At  1:37pm, what looked like the male peregrine, was on the south side  of the CIBC roof. He disappeared at 2:13pm.  I couldn't see if he  had an antenna.  The female was on the south side of the same  building at 1:52pm and also disappeared at 2:13pm.

Saturday November 23, 2002
Margaret Omnet reports:   The mystery falcon was sitting on 15 Dundonald at
2.00 P.M.  It stayed 10 minutes then flew around slowly and disappeared behind
some buildings east of Dundonald. It was back at 2.55, staying there for about
half an hour.  It wasn't eating, just sitting, preening and looking around.

Friday November 22, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:    The female started out on the south side of the CIBC building at  9:46am, moved to the top of the south Marriott logo at 11:55am and  was still there, in the falling snow when I left the area at 2:46pm.   On returning to the area at 4:35pm, she was found on the bottom of  the south CIBC logo. She moved down to the ledge area at 5:00pm and remained there, visible well past dusk until at least 7:18pm.

Tuesday November 19, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:    The adult female was first seen on the west side of the CIBC building at 7:34am. She was gone shortly after 8:20am. I later  found her on the north side of the same building at 9:55am. She was seen briefly on the west side of the CIBC building at 11:34am the next day, Wednesday.

Monday November 18, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The female peregrine was first seen at 9:02am, on the top of the south facing Marriott logo.  She remained there, disappearing shortly after 12:44pm.  She was back in the same location from 1:18 until 3:05pm, made a brief visit to the south side of the CIBC building at 3:43pm and finally moved into a south CIBC slot at 4:47pm and was still there at end of light, 5:15pm.

Sunday November 17, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The female peregrine was on the bottom of the 'B' of the south facing Bay logo from 7:10am until 11:58am when she moved to the south side of the CIBC building.  She remained there 2:46pm when she moved to the south Marriott logo.  At 4:31pm she was back on the 'B' of the south Bay logo and could just be seen in the fading light and snow at 5:04pm.

Saturday November 16, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The adult female peregrine was on the west side of the CIBC building from 6:55 to 7:58am and from 8:25am until around 1:30pm.  She was back in the same location at 2:24pm, moved into a west concrete slot at 4:43pm and was still there at end of light, 5:04pm.  There was no sign of the hawk or her gentleman caller today.

Friday November 15, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The female peregrine was first seen at 8:21am on the west side of the CIBC building.  She moved to the south side by 12:25pm and then over to the south side of the Marriott logo by 3:05pm.  At 3:34pm she was rigourously escorting the red-tailed hawk out of the area, heading west above Bloor and Bay.  She broke off the attack and then flew east towards Yonge and then south.  At 3:47pm she flew up from the south and landed on the bottom of the "B" of the south Bay logo and moved over to the south side of the CIBC building by 4:00pm.  She was out of view by 5:00pm.  Yesterday, I saw her briefly, between 3:23 and 3:50pm on the north west corner of the CIBC building.

Thursday November 14, 2002
Brian Tjernstrom reports:  The female visitor was on the north side of the CIBC building between 12:38 pm and 12:58 pm.

Wednesday November 13, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The female peregrine was on the south east corner of the CIBC roof from 7:23 to 8:54am.  I checked out the antennae on the roof of 15 Dundonald later but didn't see any peregrine activity.  Apparently, I wasn't the only one looking for them -- at 10:48am, the red-tailed hawk flew in from the north, circled the roof area once, and then continued south.  It is a very large bird.

Brian Tjernstrom reports:  One of the visiting peregrines (I believe it was the female) was on the north side of the CIBC building at 12:11 pm.  It remained there until it flew off to the northeast at 12:55 pm.

Tuesday November 12, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  At 7:45am, a red-tailed hawk flew slowly above Bay Street heading north.  It turned west around Davenport and circled south, landing on the south west corner of 77 Bloor West.  It spent only two minutes there before heading south along Bay.  There was a fair amount of white in the throat and upper chest area.  Perhaps it was Bruce's 'old Whitey'.  It remained unchallenged on this latest excursion.

The female peregrine appeared on the top of the south Marriott logo at 8:15am.  It was there until 3:00pm when she moved to the south east corner of the CIBC roof, then to the south side ledge at 4:06pm, circled a few times south of the building a few minutes later and moved back to the bottom of the south logo.  She moved into a south concrete slot at 4:54pm and was still there at end of light, 5:12pm.  The male was seen in the slot behind the south logo at 4:36pm.  It was out of view at 4:54pm.  I don't know how long he was there.  During this, a kestrel was on the top of an exhaust pipe on the roof of 77 Bloor West, from 4:00 until 4:06pm.  So much for trying to reclaim its territory!

Monday November 11, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  8:57am found the female peregrine on the top of the south facing Marriott logo.  At 11:30 she moved over to the north east corner of 77 Bloor West and finally disappeared at 11:47am.  A red-tailed hawk was circling the area between the Bay and Marriott buildings at 12:38pm, sometimes going lower than roof level.  It eventually moved west across Bloor without being challenged this time.

Margaret Omnet reports:  I have had a few sightings of an adult peregrine over the last couple of days.  On Sunday, Nov. 10, a peregrine was sitting on the antenna of the large brown apt. building with blue balconies on Dundonald St., just east of Yonge (one street N. of Wellesley.), at approx. 11am, 2pm and then around 4 to 4.30, at that time it was being dive bombed by a kestrel, it eventually flew off towards the Yonge/Bloor area. Each time it stayed for at least half an hour.

Today, Nov. 11, It was there from 9am till about 9.20 , disappeared for about ten minutes then came back and was still on the antenna when I left for work shortly after 10am.

On previous sightings when a falcon was on that building, I though it was Spike but this is the first time I've seen one there in months, so maybe it's one of  the new birds at Yonge and Bloor.

Sunday November 10, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  At 10:45am, I found the female peregrine on the north side of the CIBC building, sitting in the light rain.  At 4:04pm, I saw, what was apparently the end of an altercation of some sort.  The red-tailed hawk flew past my window heading east; the peregrine north towards the north side of the CIBC building.  I really don't know what happened as I was caught up in the ending of the Argo's game.

Friday November 8, 2002
Brian Tjernstrom reports:  One bird was on the north side of the CIBC building at 12:18 pm.  Judging by the size it appeared to be a female.  At 12:22 pm a large raptor, possibly a red-tailed hawk, was seen kiting above the CIBC building, then slowly drifted to the west.  Neither bird appeared be aware of the other's presence.  The peregrine was in the same spot when I left the area at 1:00 pm.

Thursday November 7, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The female peregrine alternated between the bottom of the south facing Bay logo and the south side of the CIBC building between 6:42 and 9:15am.  She seems to prefer the inside of the Bay 'a'.  She was back on the west side of the CIBC building at 2:14pm, leaving at 3:45pm.

Brian Tjernstrom reports:  Both visitors were  on the north side of the CIBC building at 12:48 pm.  They were still there when I left the area at 1:03 pm.  I was not able to see an antenna on the male.

Wednesday November 6, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  When the fog lifted at 6:45am, the visiting female was on the top of the south facing Bay logo.  She appeared restless today and moved around from the Bay, CIBC and Marriott frequently.  At 11:28am she made a beautiful glide over the south west corner of 55 Bloor West, disappearing at 11:35am.  She was facing away from me so I couldn't see if there were any leg bands.  She is magnificent but may not be quite as large as Mandy.  Back in view at 12:43pm, this time on the top of the south Marriott logo, she again moved around quite a bit.  When I left for Leader Lane at 12:57 she was on the bottom of the Bay logo -- I returned at 2:16pm to find her on the south side of the CIBC building.  She remained there until nearly 4:30pm before disappearing.  Just before 1pm, a large hawk was moving slowly, against the wind, from the south east to the north west.  It was likely a red-tailed and was not challenged by our visiting peregrine.

Tuesday November 5, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The female peregrine was on the top of the west facing CIBC logo at 6:37am (first light).  She was gone by 6:45am.  At 8:12am she was on the west side of the same building, remaining there until end of light at 5:42pm.  Her silhouette was still seen throughout the night.  There was no sign of the male in the area.  On Sunday, a lone kestrel hung around the CIBC building, likely trying to reclaim his territory.

Saturday November 2, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The female peregrine was on the bottom of the south Bay logo briefly at 8:06am.  She was back at the same location at 10:14am and was still there when I last checked at 11:00am.

Friday November 1, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The female peregrine was on the south Marriott logo briefly at 11:57am.  She was on the bottom of the south Bay logo at 1:44pm and was still there when I last checked at 3:00pm.

Thursday October 31, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The visiting female was on the top of the south Marriott logo at 7:40am, remaining there until after I left the area around 1:00pm. When I returned at 2:19pm, there was a peregrine on the south east corner of the Marriott roof.  It remained there until 2:41pm; was back at 3:46pm and finally left at 4:34pm.  It was probably the female based on the size of the bird.

Wednesday October 30, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The visiting female was first seen at dawn, 6:27am, on the top of the south Marriott logo.  She remained there until 6:45 and appeared on the west side of the CIBC building at 7:26, remaining there until 11:13am.  The male was on the top of the east CIBC antenna from 10:39 until 10:55am.  I could not see his antenna.  The female was back on the west side of the CIBC building at 11:35am, moved into a concrete slot at 11:55 and was there at 5:32pm in the fading light.

Tuesday October 29, 2002
Brian Tjernstrom reports:  One bird was observed on the northeast corner of the Marriott Hotel at 1:00 pm.  It was still there at 1:05 pm.   From one angle I noticed a longish, thin protrusion extending downwards from the upper neck area, not unlike a transmitter antenna, but I can't swear that it wasn't
simply a displaced feather.

Harry Crawford reports:  The visiting female was first seen on the top of the west CIBC logo at 6:38; moved to the top of the south Bay logo at 7:45am and was gone by 8:54am.  I searched the area along Bloor from Bay to Sherbourne for the next hour but didn't see any peregrine activity. When I got home at 11:17am she was again on the west side of the CIBC building, sharing the ledge with a kestrel!  Every few minutes the kestrel would take off and attack, retreat back to the ledge or
concrete slot above the peregrine.  It gave up after about 15 minutes.  The female peregrine didn't seem too concerned.  She remained in the same area until 5:23pm.

What is really interesting is Brian's sighting of the male, earlier in the day.  He saw a tracking antenna on it.  Well, the male appeared on the foot of the west CIBC logo at 1:22pm, just above the female on the ledge below.  Unfortunately, he was facing me but a couple of times he got into intensive preening and his tracking device was visible.  He flew up to the top tip of the building's east antenna and with the scope, I could confirm the presence of an antenna.  He flew off, rapidly to the east a couple of minutes later, at 3:03pm.  So who is this mysterious visitor:  Lightning, Lionheart, Trillium??

Monday October 28, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The visiting female was first seen on the top of the south facing Marriott logo at 6:48am; she moved over to the west side of the CIBC building and remained there until 10:05am.  She was on the bottom of the 'B' of the south Bay logo from 10:47 until 12:38pm when she flew again to the west side of the CIBC building for a couple of minutes. She took up the bottom of the 'B' again at 12:50pm and then disappeared towards the north.  I found her on the north Bay logo at 1:10 and again at 2:10pm.  She returned to the top of the south Marriott logo at 2:58pm and was still there at end of light at 5:30pm.  The male was visible on the north west corner of the Marriott roof from 6:55am until 7:24am.

Sunday October 27, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The female adult was circling just north of Bay and Bloor at 9:16am. She spent a bit of time around the Minto crane.  At 2:04pm she was on the south Marriott logo until making a brief appearance on the south west corner of 77 Bloor West just before heading south, down Bay.

Saturday October 26, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The female peregrine was on the south Marriott logo between 8:31am (when the fog lifted) and 11:45pm and again between 12:17pm and 5:56pm.  There was no sign of the male in the area.  It is quite difficult to see the bird when it is on the Marriott logo.  There is significant distance between the letters and the side of the building.  The bird sits on the edge closest to the building.  You need to get a few blocks away to get a better angle. 

Friday October 25, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The adult female spent the night on the west side of the CIBC building.  Her silhouette could be seen in the pre dawn light at 6:20am.  She made a great wing stretch at 7:32am and was off a couple of minutes later.  She was back in the same location at 11:03am, this time with an adult male.  He was gone by 11:44am.  She was still there when I left the area at 1:10pm but was still there when I returned at 2:10pm.  At 5:17 she disappeared but was back on the west side of the CIBC building at 5:42pm, remaining there well into the night.

Yesterday and today, with the help of Zoe, Neil and Paul, we were able to almost certainly determine that the female peregrine at Yonge and Bloor is not Mandy.  Spike and Mandy were seen in their downtown territory when the Yonge and Bloor visitor -- probably a resident now, was seen there.  I still haven't been able to determine where they spend their time when not seen at Yonge and Bloor.

David Dean reports:  5:10. For my first time ever, I saw a peregrine at Yonge and Bloor around The Bay. It was a large falcon, looked fairly dark from the distance I was at, and I first noticed it when it came off of the north facing "The Bay" sign. It was quite windy and the falcon did some circles enjoying the breeze before setting down on the north facing Y for about a minute, after which it repeated and landed on the north T.  I was driving, so that is all I saw.

Thursday October 24, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The adult female was on the south Marriott logo between 9:17am and 1:10pm when I left the area.  She was still there when I returned at 2:23pm.  She disappeared at 2:40pm but was seen near the top of the east CIBC antenna at 3:10pm -- she stayed there for 20 minutes.

Wednesday October 23, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The female peregrine was seen almost continuously today from 7:18am until 5:56pm.  She could be found on the south Bay and Marriott logos.  During the one brief time she wasn't visible, a pair of peregrines were seen circling just north of Yonge and Bloor.  They appeared to have come in from the east, disappearing to the north. Also, at 7:48am, a great blue heron was circling north of Bay and Bloor.

Tuesday October 22, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  At 3:18pm, the adult female was on the west side of the CIBC building at Yonge and Bloor.  Her silhouette could still be seen at in the same location at 11pm!

Thursday October 17, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  At 3:17pm, an adult female peregrine was on the top of the south Marriott logo.  It was still there at dusk, 6:44pm.  This is a very large, dark bird with a prominent salmon flush in the crop area. She looks more like Mandy than Victoria.

Monday October 14, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The adult male peregrine made a brief visit to a south CIBC concrete slot at 9:31am.  A quick search of the area didn't find anything. At 2:21pm, he was on the south logo of the Marriott, finally disappearing around 3:50pm.

Sunday October 13, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  At 7:10am, when there was enough light, yesterday's peregrine was still on the south side of the CIBC building.  He was gone by 7:26am.  Returning home at 11:32am, I spotted a large raptor, a hawk of some sort, hanging motionless in the strong north wind, just north of Yonge and Bloor.  During the 5 minutes I watched it, it drifted slowly towards the north east, never once beating a wing.

Saturday October 12, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The male peregrine was back for most of the day.  I first saw him on the south west corner of 55 Bloor West for a brief time at 11:20am. He appeared on the west side of the CIBC building at 11:57, finally leaving at 4:33pm.  He made a brief appearance on the north west corner of the same building at 5:28pm and was on the south side of the building at 6:02pm.  He was still there when it was almost dark, at 7:05pm.  There was no sign of a mate in the area.

Thursday October 10, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  I spotted the adult male on the top of the west facing CIBC logo (Yonge and Bloor) at 2:30pm.  He was still there when I left the area at 3:15pm.

Thursday October 3, 2002
Harry Crawford reports:  The adult male was back on the west side of the CIBC building today. I first noticed him at 7:40am and he eventually flew off to the south east at 11:25am.  If he maintained the direction he was heading, he would have ended up around Wellesley and Parliament.

 

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