Peregrines nesting?

Subject: Peregrines nesting?
Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2009 01:31:54 +0000
Hi birders!

Friends of mine brought to my attention a raptor nesting in the lower Blue
Mountains that I can only assume to be Peregrine Falcons, as the nest appears
to be on a rock ledge along a cliff wall. I am thinking of checking this
out soon.

I was wondering whether it is a bit late for them to nest now, even though
looking through Penny Olsen's book on our raptors there is some data of this
type of activity recorded in January with the majority from Sep-Nov. 


Akos :)


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