Tag Archives: Falcon Cam

The Banding of the Briess Falcons

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On Tuesday, June 7th Greg Septon banded the four eyasses at the Briess Manitowoc, WI, Nest Site.  Peregrine falcons are banded to provide researchers with valuable data on peregrine survival rates, dispersal distances and population growth rates.

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Vote for your favorite falcon name

Over the last several weeks, names were submitted from across the country. Our 2016 Briess Falcon Naming Committee met and narrowed the submitted names down to eight, which are being voted on for the four eyasses’ names. Cast your vote for your favorite falcon name.

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Briess Announces 2016 Peregrine Falcon Eyasses Naming Contest

The final count down has begun for the Peregrine Falcon’s hatch date. Greg Septon of the  Urban Peregrine Falcon Recovery Effort from the  Department of … [More]

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Four Eggs Makes a Full Clutch – Falcon Cam Update

Early Saturday, April 16th, Valcor laid her fourth egg – making this a full clutch. Greg Septon, from the Urban Peregrine Falcon Recovery Effort in Wisconsin, has been watching the Briess Manitowoc Peregrine Falcon on the new webcam and … [More]

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Briess falcon cam update: two eggs have been laid

Congratulations are in order for Valcor and Patriot.

Valcor laid her first egg on Saturday, April 9th around 5:00 PM. Then late Monday evening she laid her second egg. We’ll likely see a few more eggs laid in the coming days with 4 being considered a full clutch. Peregrines generally lay an… [More]

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