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This stage of development is called the "branching" stage and the chicks are now referred to as "branchers." They will spend a lot of time flapping their wings in the coming days to strengthen their muscles for flight.May 26 The Peregrine Falcon chicks are getting new jewelry this morning courtesy of Idaho Department of Fish and Game!It was in the late 60s and early 70s that scientists, falconers, and bird watchers started working to save Peregrine Falcons in North America.

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From critically endangered vultures in Africa to Gyrfalcons in Alaska to Ridgways Hawks in the Dominican Republic to California Condors in Arizona your support enables us to ensure these magnificent birds are around for many future generations.

So take some time today to appreciate our growing family of Peregrine Falcons in Boise, Idaho and reflect on just how successful we can be in saving species when we work together!

The first Earth Day was an exciting time for wildlife conservation. The Peregrine Falcon was removed from the federal Endangered Species List in 1999, but we haven't stopped working to save species.

The Peregrine Fund today is taking the lessons learned from our efforts to help in the recovery of the Peregrine Falcon and is using the information to save raptors world wide!

They will be banded as well as receive check-ups to ensure that everyone is growing and doing well.

This information helps biologists to better monitor Idaho's population of Peregrine Falcons and ensure the overall health of the species.

May 6 Just in time for Mother's Day weekend, we have chicks in the nest!

The first two chicks hatched at some point before noon yesterday.

We first suspected that there were more than three after receiving an email message from falcon fans Don and Mary K., so special thanks to them for asking about it!

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