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So, during hot days they typically tend to lay low during the hottest part of the day and forage in the early morning and dusk hours of the day.Photographer Shayna Marchese sent in this photo showing where 41/AX visits to possibly feed and preen while her mate takes a turn at incubating.Above the nest box was a dead, uneaten American woodcock, which is an amazing and unlikely prey item in the city!Woodcock are migrating and using marshy areas now, and also do twilight aerial maneuvers that might make them vulnerable to fast-flying falcons.
Wer're in the home stretch here in Jersey City! With abormally warm weather, you will see how 41/AX thermoregulates her body temperature by panting.
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While we would really love to do this, we have to justify doing it at a greater expense (I'm making the case to support this feature). Many birds, including peregrine falcons, bald eagles, and ospreys all regurgitate pellets of indigestible parts of their prey, which includes feathers, bones, bills, claws, etc...
I hope that if you watch this camera and enjoy what you see, then you can help support it by making a donation online today. In some species you can even identify the prey from disecting their pellets, which make for a fun science project for kids in school. Love was in the air when Kathy and I visited 101 Hudson St. As we replaced the old network wire with a new one, we watched as the nesting pair courted and flew aerial courtship displays in front of us. They have been incubating the two eggs since the second was laid, so we will be surprised if another is laid.