Date: 7/11/19 6:50 am
From: Julie A. Krasne, DVM <jkraz1984...>
Subject: [Maine-birds] 3 Peregrines at Topsham/Brunswick Bridge 9:45 AM
Seen while I was fishing the Androscoggin below bridge. Likely 2 adults and
1 immature. Saw one adult with a live Rock Pigeon in it's talons as it
flew below bridge. Dropped Rock Pigeon on rocks (still alive).
Adult Peregrine landed on rocks near water. Joined by a second calling
adult on the rocks. 3rd Perigrine (too far away to confirm immature)
stayed atop utility pole, calling loudly. Continued calling loudly from
atop utility pole while the 2 adults flew back and forth from rocks to
bridge pilings.

Julie Krasne

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