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After 2 weeks of ramp to lower setback investigation, attempted flights, and waiting for meal delivery, the young falcons are gone from the nest. Adele and Frank (adult Falcons parents at 55 Water St.) are sighted daily from the 14th floor and roof. The nest will be watched year round though the Falcon Cam live stream will end shortly.7:50 am , June 22, 2017
This morning Christopher Nadareski with the D.E.P. successfully banded (Bobby D 55 banded 64 black over AZ green and Ace 55 banded 65 black over AZ green) two male chicks currently being raised on the east facade of 55 Water’s 14th floor. Christopher gave the chicks a clean bill of health and placed identification bands around their legs for tracking purposes. They are now back in their nest with...8:37 am , May 26, 2017
Two of the eggs have hatched into neck craning, beak opening and closing baby Falcons with hearty appetites. When the adults bring food to the nest, the chicks are ready to eat. One of the two remaining eggs is showing a jagged hairline crack; an indication of hatching in the near future?3:22 pm , May 10, 2017
With Adele almost constantly incubating, it was difficult to discover if there were any additional eggs. Sighting of 4 eggs was confirmed on Sunday 4-9-17 by sharp-eyed Dwayne Kelly.1:33 pm , April 11, 2017
Thank you Joseph from Flexible Systems for restoring the Live Falcon Cam just in time to see that the 2017 New Water Street Falcons have produced 3 eggs.1:11 pm , April 4, 2017
Monday mornings’ view of the nest showed 2 eggs. Today Adele was incubating the eggs and chirping furiously. A wider angle view showed Frank close by on the edge before flying off.7:52 am , April 4, 2017
Adele (sideway Y black/sideway 9 green) and Frank (30 black/AN green) have been visiting the nest regularly throughout the winter, usually at different times but occasionally together. Yesterday Frank delivered a meaty looking chunk to the nest (an infrequent behavior without any babies present). Today we have our 1st egg of the season.11:07 am , March 29, 2017