Saturday, April 3, 2021

Saturday Sharing

From the latest entry in / on The Falcon Wire 


Background on peregrine nesting behavior

DEP has received inquiries regarding the nest box recently. Each year, the resident female, 48/AE, "improves" the nest by scraping an indentation into the gravel. This mimics the typical nesting behavior of peregrine falcons, including natural settings such as high cliffs or ledges. For the 2021 nesting season, with restrictions due to COVID-19, accessing the ledge to add gravel wasn't possible. Therefore, the nest box and ledge are a bit messy! This restricted access also prevented a more recent cleaning of the camera's lenses for Falcon Cam. And now that eggs are in the nest, any future maintenance will not occur until sometime after the young falcons fledge.

Now for Tuesday's BUZZ to The Hive!
It's Auntie Di and Cholla!

Auntie Di's Bees Knees on wheat -
I did half-a-Rachel to pair with my yummy TACO SOUP!
And crackers for Khousin E -
Back to The Khottage!

Khousin Emmy had Auntie Di sent some pictures to use here - no time like tomorrow, eh?

Happy Saturday EvFURRYone!

All Of Us At NAK's Khottage


Molly the Airedale said...

Those foodables! Happy Saturday!

The Oceanside Animals said...

Lulu: "Now Dada says he wants a blackberry vanilla latte!"

Tama-Chan, Gen-Chan, Vidock, Violette, Ollie, Hotesse & Heloise said...

Once again, #1 is so envious that you can actually go out to eat. We haven't been able to since last November, and now we are in lockdown again until the end of April.