4 Peregrines hanging out in the evening.

This Peregrine was on the perch by 5:42am

On May 31, 2010 the door to the hack box was opened and the first bird was out.

On May 30, 2010 the birds are well feathered out and ready to go.

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Photo by Ron Perrone
On May 25, 2010 they were photographed during a hack box clean up session. If you click on this photo, you will access an 8 second video clip of thismoment. The sound of 5 Peregrines screaming at the photographer completely overpowered the microphone. It does the same to your ears.
The latest image from our camera.
Very small birds in a big cage.

Photo by Ron Perrone
Visible here are 3 of the other 4. One is hiding in the corner.
Notice the facial markings of all the birds and contrast them with the bird in the first photo. Thats how much they changed in just 5 days.

Chick Portrait
Photo by Libby Mojica
The photo above is of one of the chicks when he arrived at TRAC on May 13.
 You can see the remains of it's egg tooth on the tip of  it's beak.

Even a downy Peregrine going into the box is a thing of beauty.

The juvenile plumage of a Peregrine from the back.

Juvenile plumage of a Peregrine from the front.

The view of Hack Box #2 from North Overlook
at Grandview Park through the spotting scope.

Photo by Ron Perrone
The first one into the box. I put him down and he turned around and stared at me.