We didn’t see him catch is prey and couldn’t tell what he was eating through the scope . We did see pigeons fly up on occasion so it could’ve been one of them but I was also wondering if he would go for one of the many magpies that were there.
Who knew that staring through the scope at the landfill be such a nice way to spend Christmas Eve?
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> On Dec 24, 2018, at 5:04 PM, <joe.kipper28...> wrote:
> Do you know what type of prey it caught?
> Joe Kipper
> Fort Collins
>> On Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 7:37:36 PM UTC-7, <joe.ki......> wrote:
>> I was unable to find the Gyrfalcon today at 2:00pm at the landfill.
>> As far as I know no one else has seen it today either, but I have yet to check Horsetooth Res. as Nick K. suggested.
>> Good luck to everyone else who searches for it.
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