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Missed the Peregrine Banding Live Feed? Watch it here.

Three Peregrine Falcon chicks were banded on Thursday, May 31. If you missed the live stream, you can watch the video here.
Chris Martin lead the banding with help from this year’s banding assistants: Art Sullivan from Brady Sullivan, Khat Dube from Single Digits, and Doug Bechtel from NH Audubon.

Last year’s chick banding in Manchester. (2017)

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