More disappointment

May 8, 2016 Joel Jorgensen

In a blog post yesterday, I reported that two of the original five eggs disappeared (removed and/or eaten by the female falcon) from the nest box on the 18th floor of the Capitol.  Unfortunately, it happened again late Saturday and now there are only two eggs remaining.

two eggs 2016


Hopefully this trend does not continue and there will be something positive to report soon.

The Falconcam webpage can be found HERE.  If you want to keep up with breaking Peregrine Falcon news, consider joining the Facebook community Peregrine Falcons Lincoln NE.

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