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  • Three chicks hatch in Downtown Boise peregrine falcon nest

    The Peregrine Fund spokeswoman Erin Katzner says two chicks hatched Thursday and another on Friday. She says biologists will put bands on the chicks in early June before the birds fledge in mid-June and leave the nest on the 14th floor at One Capital Center. Katzner says four chicks successfully fledged from the nest last year.

The Peregrine Fund spokeswoman Erin Katzner says two chicks hatched Thursday and another on Friday. She says biologists will put bands on the chicks in early June before the birds fledge in mid-June and leave the nest on the 14th floor at One Capital Center. Katzner says four chicks successfully fledged from the nest last year. Provided by The Peregrine Fund
The Peregrine Fund spokeswoman Erin Katzner says two chicks hatched Thursday and another on Friday. She says biologists will put bands on the chicks in early June before the birds fledge in mid-June and leave the nest on the 14th floor at One Capital Center. Katzner says four chicks successfully fledged from the nest last year. Provided by The Peregrine Fund
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