- published: 23 May 2017
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91/BA checks out her first and newly hatched eyas! Let's see how she handles being a first-time mom.
Resident female and intruder female fall out of the sky, talons locked and a battle ensues. The unbanded resident pair has been battling the intruder for weeks on end. Not filmed in this clip--in the end, the intruder flies off leaving a battle scarred resident bird to tend to her wounds. Only time will tell if the resident pair can be successful in incubating the eggs and if they will hatch.
An "intruder" adult peregrine falcon from Rochester, NY has been aggressively working to take over a resident female falcon's nest site and resident adult male. Here is the female sitting on the railing to the left while the male sits on the two eggs laid by the resident male. Resident female has had several major battles with the intruder and it is not evident if she is still in the area yet.
Adult female defends territory while workers install additional camera.
Workers pull a 22- foot tree into the rotunda at the Union County Courthouse.
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Adult unbanded male falcon gets a break from incubation duties when banded female (91/BA) takes her turn incubating five eggs. Two of these eggs were laid by a former resident who was ousted from the territory by the current two-year old female from Rochester, NY. This nest atop the Union Courthouse in Elizabeth, NJ. If the last three eggs are to hatch, that will happen sometime between May 30 and June 4, 2017. Stay tuned to ucnj.org/falcon
Adult male falcon comes to nest site and calls for the female. Adult female joins him in the nest box, they dance and bob and he leaves then she flies up and onto railing to survey the City of Elizabeth and take in the cold morning air.