Date: 6/12/18 9:23 am
From: DJ Lauten and KACastelein <deweysage...>
Subject: [obol] Re: Oystercatchers
Are there still Peregrines being hacked in Oregon?

With that said, population dynamics works fine.    There is little
evidence Peregrines have much of a negative effect on any of these
populations.

cheers
Dave Lauten

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> This is an example of why Peregrine Falcons should not be hacked. The State should not be subsidizing the artificial increase in Peregrine populations, and should not allow private individuals or organizations to do so.
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> I have seen Peregrines attack Black Oystercatchers at Cape Meares and Depoe Bay.
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> Peregrines are not endangered, Man made structures, such s bridges and buildings have allowed them to nest in areas where they would not have been able to do so prior to such development.
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> BTW: I loved the story of the Curry County eagle grabbing one and eating it...😎
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> Jeff Gilligan
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