[Tweeters] McChord gyr
falconresearch at gmail.com
Sun Dec 31 12:36:47 PST 2017
While it sounds wonderful that you are all enjoying this bird so much, I
have to comment that wild falcons and airfields do not traditionally mix
Especially with jet aircraft landing and taking off close by on a regular
This rare and remarkable falcon could not have chosen a much worse place to
settle in. Good for birders/bad for bird.
Having worked on hawks at Sea-Tac for the last 17 years, I would say that,
in my opinion, this naive juvenile is definitely in peril.
But I certainly hope I am completely and utterly wrong on this one.
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