[Tweeters] Peregrine molt

Bud Anderson falconresearch at gmail.com
Mon Aug 5 21:25:43 PDT 2013

At this late date, your brown peregrine was most likely a juvenile,
probably fledged in June, now dispersed and making a living on its own.
Second year peregrines should have completed their molt by now and/or have
at least a large majority of adult feathers.
If molting, you'd also see gaps in the wings as it flashed by where the new
feathers were coming down.

I cannot believe that you actually went for those keys......

Bud Anderson
Falcon Research Group
Box 248
Bow, WA 98232
(360) 757-1911
falconresearch at gmail.com
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