From The Falcon Wire
06/1/2020 :: Another First Flight
The second of the three young peregrine falcons made several flights on Sunday, May 31. For a moment, this falcon's location was unknown. Later, after some tense waiting by the volunteers, it reappeared on the 8th floor of the Rachel Carson State Office Building (RCSOB). Just before dark, this falcon came to the ground and it was necessary to conduct a Rescue. Successfully transferred to a wildlife rehabilitator, this youngster was treated for mites. Generally assessed to be in good health, there was some concern over a possible concussion. Therefore, this falcon will stay at the rehabilitator for a few days of observation.
The young falcon that first fledged is now flying very well. The Watch and Rescue crew are anticipating a midair food transfer from one of the adults to this recently fledged youngster.
The third, and last of the birds to hatch, has yet to attempt its first flight. We suspect that this will occur possibly as soon as today. Stay tuned for additional updates!
Little's exciting Saturday night - just happy to chill at the door and watch her world -
Khreamy tomato basil bisque and my tasty #1
Special #1: MARYLAND GRILLED CHEESE
Melted cheddar and muenster, spinach, tomato, and our LUMP CRAB SPREAD on pumpernickel
from Dawn's My Favorite Deli - just about back to PreCovid-19 days - I could barely find a spot to secure the KhrossTrek
Dessertable choice of Glazed Cherry bar
I think today will include a trip to BobbKHat Creamery - and the obligatory laundry stuff -
Happy Tuesday EvFURRYone!
All Of Us At NAK's Khottage