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See The 12 Adorable Baby Falcons Atop Three NYC Bridges

Two boy and two girl falcons were born atop the Verrazano Bridge<br/>



At the Verrazano Bridge<br/>



At the Verrazano Bridge<br/>


NYC DEP Research scientist Chris Nadareski sits with falcon<br/>


Parent falcon flies over the Throgs Neck Bridge<br>



Parent falcon flies above the Throgs Neck Bridge<br/>


NYC DEP Research scientist Chris Nadareski sits with falcon<br/>


NYC DEP Research scientist Chris Nadareski sits with falcon<br/>


NYC DEP Research scientist Chris Nadareski sits with falcon<br/>


NYC DEP Research scientist Chris Nadareski sits with falcon<br/>


NYC DEP Research scientist Chris Nadareski sits with falcon<br/>



Parent falcon lands at the Throgs Neck Bridge<br/>


NYC DEP Research scientist Chris Nadareski sits with falcon<br/>


NYC DEP Research scientist Chris Nadareski sits with falcon<br/>


Bridge maintainers Barrington Bailey, John Leist and Donald Cocheo. Two baby boys and two baby girl peregrine falcons are banded atop the Bronx tower of the Throgs Neck Bridge.<br>


NYC DEP Research scientist Chris Nadareski sits with falcon<br/>


One baby boy and 3 baby girl peregrine falcons are banded atop the Rockaway tower of the Marine Parkway Bridge.<br/>



The Marine Parkway baby falcons are a cool gang<br/>


At the Marine Parkway Bridge<br/>


At the Marine Parkway Bridge<br/>


At the Marine Parkway Bridge<br/>


NYC DEP Research scientist Chris Nadareski sits with falcon at the Rockaway tower of the Marine Parkway Bridge<br/>


Winter is coming in two seasons<br/>



Verrazano Bridge baby falcon<br/>


Verrazano Bridge baby falcon<br/>



NYC DEP Research scientist Chris Nadareski sits with falcon atop the Verrazano Bridge<br/>


Two boy and two girl falcons were born atop the Verrazano Bridge<br/>


Parent falcon flies above the Verrazano Bridge<br/>



At the Verrazano Bridge<br/>


The Verrazano Bridge<br/>



At the Verrazano Bridge<br/>