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Nesting peregrine falcons sign of species’ success

April 04, 2012 by Renee Frojo

City dwellers got a taste of live-action wildlife on Friday, when three out of four peregrine falcon eggs hatched in San Francisco.Perched in a nesting box high on a ledge of PG&E’s headquarters building in the financial district, the hatchlings are the newest members of the Bay Area’s steadily growing peregrine falcon population.

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Falcon City

March 06, 2009 by Jessica Taekman

In early spring, downtown San Francisco's office workers are treated to quite an air show outside their office windows: peregrine falcons!

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Mount Diablo: A Place for Raptors

July 01, 2007 by David Rains Wallace

Mount Diablo’s woodlands and canyons provide habitat for a fantastic variety of raptors, from kestrels to golden eagles (of which ...

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