Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Watchin' Wednesday

 Morning at The PF Palace - they were out touring all day as I didn't spot 'em there - but
 6/25/2019  ::   What Does July Hold for the Falcons?
As all the young peregrine falcons have been flying regularly for the past two weeks, what can be anticipated in the coming weeks? The answer is simple: Practice, practice, practice. As the young falcons continue to hone their flying skills, they can be observed soaring, perching, and swooping around Market Street in Harrisburg. This is the period when the falcons are also learning to take prey on their own. As both skills improve, the young will be preparing to disperse in late summer. At this point, this is the period the Motus transmitters should prove their value. It will be both enlightening and interesting to see where these birds will venture. Previous offspring ended up in other regions of Pennsylvania, into Ohio, and in other surrounding states. Time will tell where these birds go!

So after I put the post together and staged it, I hit The PF Palace link to find Lady PF hanging and preening
 Watchin' Part Two of TWO BLONDES AND A BALL!
 And Holly...just....watchin'!



That day already - oh well, let's start the khoutdown:


Happy Wednesday EvFURRYone!

All Of Us At NAK's Khottage


Molly the Airedale said...

With the AC running, mom can't open the front door for me to look out. It's a huge screen with no storm this time of year. You are lucky, Holly!

Jan said...

What exciting lives await the young PF's.