Friday, March 8, 2019

FrEYEday SkEYEday Free Fur All

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 Thursday from The PF Palace -
She's staying khlose to The Scrape - might not be long now - 

There was an entry on The Falcon Wire

3/7/2019  ::   Egg Watch
In anticipation of the arrival of eggs, let's look at what lies in store. So far, the female, 48/AE, has prepared a scrape in anticipation of eggs arriving. Female peregrine falcons lay their eggs at two- to three-day intervals, until her clutch has three to five eggs, with four being the typical number. The history of the falcons nesting on the Rachel Carson State Office Building supports the four-egg average. From 2000 to 2005, four eggs were laid. Then a slight change occurred and five eggs were laid each spring between 2006 and 2010. From 2011 on, again, four eggs were laid. So four eggs is a good guess for this year! Incubation period is approximately 31 days. During this period, and with the arrival of the eyeasses, peregrines vigorously defend their nests, although they may abandon them if severely or continuously harassed. Fortunately, the likelihood of this occurring with the ledge safely situated on the 15th Floor of the Rachel Carson State Office Building is quite low. Stay tuned to PA FalconCam and look for the arrival of eggs sometime soon!

Happy FrEYEday EvFURRYone!

All Of Us At NAK's Khottage


Molly the Airedale said...

Is there anything more beautiful than snow?!

The Oceanside Animals said...

Charlee: "You sure are getting a lot of snow there this year."
Chaplin: "We think Angel Khyra is interceding with Mother Nature to send it your way from North of the Rainbow Bridge!"