Mostly Peregrine Falcon Juveniles

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Mostly Osprey

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Favorable Wind

We had a favorable wind for photographing Osprey this morning. An opportunity to capture them fishing coming at me. So that is where I focused my attention. One observation this morning is that the Peregrine Falcons are not having as much luck catching birds to feed the young ones. All the cliff swallow have left the area decreasing the abundance of prey. Many times today I would hear the juvenile peregrines screeching and look up to see them chasing an adult. The adult not carrying any food as they have so often the last few weeks…

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More Active Morning

What a surprise. Before sunrise I saw the juvenile peregrine falcons fly away from Kentucky Dam. I walked over to a vantage point and saw them dive bombing one of the fox pups. Another (who’d a thunk) ! These young peregrines will chase anything that moves I think. Fascinating to watch…

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Slow Activity Morning Around Kentucky Dam

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