The peregrine falcon is visiting again

On the roof of St. Ann's Church, looking for a snack, I suppose...
On the steeple of St. Ann's, pretending to be a gargoyle
It blew it's "gargoyle" cover when it moved briefly...


8 thoughts on “The peregrine falcon is visiting again

  1. Back in the mid 80s when I worked in the Battermarch building in the financial district in Boston, a Peregrine falcon decided to nest on the roof of the building one spring. I remember it was such a big deal; it made the local news as there was emphasis on how this bird was an endangered species. It was actually a real thrill when there was a sighting, when someone saw a takeoff or landing from the roof, because any sighting back then was so rare.
    It’s so great that you captured these exclusive images.


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