2015 peregrine falcon season

Timeline

March 8: Mary Ellen 11/X, returns for her third year to raise her young at the Elk River Energy Recovery Station.
March 17: Brooklyn 65/M arrived at the nest box and courting occurred.
April 1: The first egg was laid.
April 3: The second egg was laid.
April 6: The third egg was laid.
April 9: The fourth egg was laid.
April 11: The fifth egg was laid.
May 13: The first eyass hatched.
May 14: The second and third eyasses hatched.
May 16: The fourth eyass hatched, the fifth egg did not hatch.
June 3: The eyasses were brought down from the nest box for banding. Amy Ries from the Raptor Resource Project banded four healthy eyasses.
June 18: Lettie D/50 was the first eyass to leave the nest box.
October 13: Is the last day that Brooklyn was seen at the nest box before he migrated south for the winter.
January 9, 2016: Is the last day that Mary Ellen was seen at the nest box before she migrated south for the winter.

 Photos

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