[va-bird] Peregrine Falcons at Woodrow Wilson Bridge, Alexandria

VA-Birders,

A pair of Peregrine Falcons has been in the vicinity of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge for some time. They are now nesting in an opening under the deck on the north side of the bridge and have laid three eggs in a scrape they have made there. Photos I have taken can be seen at http://www.pbase.com/paulasullivan/peregrine_falcons Clicking on the first thumbnail in the gallery will open a sub-gallery of shots showing today's repositioning of the crane from the north to the south side of the bridge. The falcons have been using that crane, as well as a narrow ledge on the bridge, as a perch on which to eat meals.
http://www.pbase.com/paulasullivan/peregrine_falcons


Paula Sullivan
Alexandria
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