It’s 3 boys and a girl!! Banding day

May 19, 2020 - Toronto - Sheraton Centre

Cathy Kerr Reports:

Two bandings today - this morning was at Toronto /Sheraton Centre… Welcome Timbit(male, 615g, 26 days old, banded 02/AW, Blue tape), Vimy(male, 630g, 26 days old, banded 05/AW, white tape), Epione(female, 875g, 25 days old, banded Z/37, Red tape) and Marriott(male, 610g, 26 days old, banded 06/AW, yellow tape)! Congrats to Mum(unbanded) and Dad… Stormin! Yes, Toronto’s long time resident, is calling Sheraton home this year, and he’s looking good too


Toronto Sheraton Centre May 19th 4 chicks banded

May 19, 2020 - Toronto - Sheraton Centre

Kathy Reports:

Two bandings today - this morning was at Toronto /Sheraton Centre… Welcome Timbit(male, 615g, 26 days old, banded 02/AW, Blue tape), Vimy(male, 630g, 26 days old, banded 05/AW, white tape), Epione(female, 875g, 25 days old, banded Z/37, Red tape) and Marriott(male, 610g, 26 days old, banded 06/AW, yellow tape)! Congrats to Mum(unbanded) and Dad… Stormin! Yes, Toronto’s long time resident, is calling Sheraton home this year, and he’s looking good too . A very cute, fiesty bunch of chicks and a fierce couple of parents here. We would like to thank all involved to help accommodate “our special needs” during this unusual times of social distancing.


May 5th 2020 4 chicks hatched at Sheraton Centre Toronto.

May 06, 2020 - Toronto - Sheraton Centre

Marion Nash Reports:

The female is unbanded and there was no sign of the male when Mark was there. The chicks are about 1 week old and we are planning on banding them on May 19th. It will not be a public banding and will be done in the mechanical room. This is an opportunity for our supporters and our web site followers and FaceBook friends to submit names for the chicks. I will go through all the names and pick ones we have not used yet and those will go into a hat and be drawn. please send names to me at raptor4@peregrine-foundation.ca. Use name the chicks Sheraton in the subject line.

The Camera was checked and we found the power was off. We turned everything back on but no image was captured. We think the internet line is down so when we get a chance to talk to the management we will see if the line was turned off or if we need a tech to have a look.


Quin in rehab

September 12, 2019 - Toronto - Sheraton Centre

Marion Nash Reports:

On August 20th, Rochester Animal services picked a young peregrine falcon and brought it to a local vet/rehabilitator. The rehab facility has contacted me and provided me with the auxiliary band number (Black Band D/62). They tried to report the band, but have not received a response, but based on the information on your site, I believe this may be one of the young from the Sheraton Centre (Quinn).

Based on the X-rays, there didn’t appear to be any broken bones, just some bruising. The falcon seems to be doing very well, both eating and flying. It is being transferred to a facility with a larger flight facility so that it can strengthen its flight and be tested for release. If all goes well, it should be released relatively soon. I will let you know how it goes.

Cheers,
Jenny

Jenny Landry
Wildlife Biologist, Division of Fish and Wildlife

Toronto Sheraton/ Mt. Sinai/ King St

July 08, 2019 - Toronto - King Street

Linda Woods Reports:

July 8th early evening.
Did a spot check on the Sheraton and only saw one peregrine. Can’t be sure if it was a juvie, sitting on the north/west corner of a building at Queen and Bay St.
I took a quick look around Mt.Sinai area and didn’t see any activity. They all must be out flying around with the Adults.

King St.
One adult on the south service area of 18 King St, cleaning prey. Later it was seen on the north east corner of the Dynamic building. I still think it’s Stormin and Chaos coming to this area. I was hoping to see perhaps Quinn or Bonvoy follow Stormin over to King St., have to wait and see if that happens.

Sheraton

July 11, 2019 - Toronto - Sheraton Centre

Tracy Simpson Reports:

July 11th 2019
I found one juvenile on Southwest corner of Hilton then as I got up to Richmond two juveniles and an adult female in the air over Richmond Street and I’m pretty sure I caught the male doing the high pass over Queen and University that accounts for all four

Bonvoy having lunch

July 10, 2019 - Toronto - Sheraton Centre

Marion Nash Reports:

We saw the blue tagged falcon outside our window eating a small bird he had caught. See attached photo. Just now June 9, 2019

Caitlin Gossage


Published by Linda Woods · Yesterday at 8:35 PM

July 03, 2019 - Toronto - Sheraton Centre

Marion Nash Reports:

Downtown Toronto Activity.
Spot checks are in order this evening.
King St. ( not an active nest site )
unidentified adult female sitting on the cooling tower railing of nearby building. She sat there for a long time.
Sheraton Centre:
No adult in view. BonVoy and Quinn appear to be enjoying the west tower of Nathan Phillips Square. Pigeons nest in that area, curiosity must be bringing the juvies to take a look.
Mt. Sinai:
No adults in view. Two juvies on the south side of the west wing of the hospital. The others out of view.

Toronto Sheraton

June 27, 2019 - Toronto - Sheraton Centre

Linda Woods Reports:

Both Bonvoy and Quinn are staying high. Bonvoy flying so well. He had a late meal on the south side of the hotel and will stay there for the night. Quinn is south of the hotel and high. Let’s hope they stay out of trouble. So far so good.
It is nice to see and hear the fledglings at the local nest sites doing so well. The cooler temperatures and light winds have helped a lot.

TORONTO SHERATON

June 26, 2019 - Toronto - Sheraton Centre

Marion Nash Reports:

I write these updates for Bruce as he is completely exhausted and wants only to get some sleep so I hope to do it justice even if it is just a short note on things. Bonvoy is flying aces!! He has been to rooftops, letters of the Sheraton sign and all around the block! Definitely a checkmark in the watchers estimation. Quinn is catching up quickly and with the hotter weather he is less active during the day and reserves most of his flight lessons for morning and evening when its cooler. His first flight following his release was to the top of the Hilton hotel where he spent the night. Today he tried a flight to 130 Adelaide and didn’t quite have the height so back he went to the Hilton. He spent the day up there and there he remains at the close of the day under the watchful eyes of Bruce and Linda. Hopefully tomorrow he shines with his flights and gets closer to being a fully flighted juvenile.

Tracy