Peregrine falcon

The raptor perched 18 floors above Manhattan on Monday, but it could still see directly into your soul.
It's believed the three female chicks were born in May.
When NYC and NY State started their efforts to restore the peregrine falcon population, there was only one pair. Now there are 21.
Three were born at the Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge and the three were born at the Throgs Neck Bridge.
It's peregrine falcon chick season, and you know what that means.
The MTA announced its newest additions today: Three new sets of peregrine falcon chicks for a total of nine chicks. These fluffy winged predators-in-training are at the Verrazano-Narrows, Marine Parkway and Throgs Neck Bridges.
Yesterday one lucky blogger got to join Chris Nadareski from the NYC
Time for an awwww break! Five peregrine falcon chicks were born atop
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