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An adult peregrine looks out from its precarious perch with two of its three progeny. Young peregrines do not have a traditional nest of sticks, feathers, grass, or mud. They do not nest in tree cavities or branches but nest on open rocky ledges. This site may seem very uncomfortable, but is relatively safe from traditional nest robbers of snakes, squirrels, raccoons, and hawks. Look for an adult flying in a steep canyon. He/she will often lead you to the nest site.

peregrine chicks
Unusual Nest Site #0515

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