Monday, June 6, biologists Kathy Clark and Mick Valent of the
NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife's Endangered
and Nongame Species Program placed leg bands on three chicks,
two females and one male, atop 101 Hudson Street in Jersey City.
Those following the story in Nestbox
News, and watching the growth of the chicks on the Peregrine
Webcam, know that this year's nesting season has been a roller-coaster
of highs and lows. Fortunately, all three chicks seem healthy
and on track to fledgewithin the next few weeks.
pictures below show Kathy and Mick in action, as well as some
guests invited by the Conserve
Wildlife Foundation. Clicking on the pictures will open
a larger version.
Webcam capture provided by Diane Gulbrandson
of Minneapolis, Minnesota