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Peregrine Banding Today at 11am

The young Peregrine Falcons in Manchester will be banded today at 11am – use this link to watch! During banding, the three live nest cams will go dark, and at 11am this temporary link will go live so a camera will stay with the chicks. After banding, the chicks are returned to the nest box and the regular web cams will return to their coverage of the Peregrines.

Raptor Biologist Chris Martin prepares a group of Peregrine Falcon chicks for banding. (Photo by Dyanna Smith)

It’s a big day for them – we hope you’ll tune in!

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