!!! Both adults are still very much on territory and active at Hearn, but it might appear that the nest site has failed again this year!

June 22, 2015 - Toronto - Hearn Power Station

CPF Volunteer Reports:

June 20th - 2015
Hi All,

I was on my own checking out Hearn today, so just one pair of eyes unfortunately.

In the first picture, all the red arrows are where I saw Peter, and the blue arrows are the unbanded female (I assume Angela as she was named). I had my scope, so yes, Peter and yes, unbanded female.

I got there at 5:30pm and saw only Peter. When he flew to the roof that looks broken (3rd pic), I saw he had a stash on the ledge just above. He was making a lot of clucking sounds while eating, but I couldn’t see any other bird. Then he flew around to the extreme left arrow and sat there for a long time.

Angela did not appear until 7:30pm. I don’t know where she came from. I heard the calling and looked up. They flew to the (centre photo), each landing on a separate ledge, and lots more clucking and chittering sounds. I saw Peter at this spot the last time we were here, and thought that’s where they might be nesting. They were there for about 15 minutes and then flew to the right, Peter on the corner and Angela on a vertical post. They were there until I left around 8:15pm

I’m not sure what is going on in the building .. I saw lasers and heard lots of music .. and it was quite loud, so hard to hear any peregrine calls over that. The sounds I heard were during the silent interludes.
Cheers,
Lucie