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Peregrine Chick after Banding
Peregrine chick poses after being banded by park wildlife biologist.
Peregrine Chick during Banding
A peregrine chick relaxes while being banded by a park wildlife biologist.
Peregrine Chick being Banded
A peregrine chick being banded by a park wildlife biologist.
Biologist and Peregrine
Park wildlife biologist, Bruce Connery, holds a peregrine chick that has just been lowered from its scrape for banding.
Ranger Peregrine Talk
An Acadia National Park ranger gives a presentation about peregrine falcons as visitors view the falcons.
Four peregrine chicks at the Precipice huddle in the scrape after being banded by the park wildlife biologist.
A volunteer prepares the scope that visitors will use to view peregrine falcons. The raptor volunteers usually spend from mid-May until mid-October at Acadia working with the Peregrine Watch and HawkWatch programs.
Peregrine chicks back in their scrape after being banded by the park wildlife biologist.
An adult peregrine keeps close watch as the chicks are lowered for banding by the park wildlife biologist.
Last updated: August 1, 2014