There is sad news on the status of the young Peregrine Falcon hatched earlier this year atop the Cathedral of Learning in Oakland.
If you’ve noticed something missing from the Falcon’s nest atop the Cathedral of Learning, you’re not alone.
A peregrine falcon chick hatched just over 2 weeks ago in Oakland and has received a lot of attention.
A hawk flies above the crowd on a sunny afternoon at the National Aviary. After a five-year absence, eagles, owls and their kin have returned to the Rose Garden.
Dorothy’s first chick was up and moving around the nest Sunday, May 24, but not without a few stumbles!
Happy Mother’s Day to Dorothy the Peregrine falcon who lives on the Cathedral of learning.
A 16-year-old peregrine falcon who nests on the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning has laid a second egg, but an expert says her behavior suggests she may still have other eggs to lay.
The nesting female falcon at the Cathedral of Learning laid her first egg of the season.