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Fremont Peregrine spotted in Seattle

Feb. 14, 2013: A Fremont Bridge Peregrine has shown up in Seattle! This female Peregrine Falcon hatched on Fremont last year and was banded by Portland Audubon conservation director Bob Sallinger as a nestling; last week, she was observed in Seattle, where Ed Deal got this photo of the bird having a snack.

Fremont Peregrine spotted in Seattle

Peregrine Falcon - Ed Deal

Feb. 14, 2013: A Fremont Bridge Peregrine has shown up in Seattle! This female Peregrine Falcon hatched on Fremont last year and was banded by Portland Audubon conservation director Bob Sallinger as a nestling; last week, she was observed in Seattle, where Ed Deal got this photo of the bird having a snack. Observers were able to track her origin because of the identification bands on her legs. 

See video of the bird in her Fremont nest during banding in May 2012:

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