Three Chicks; One Egg in Boise


I don’t know what the person who published yesterday that, “May 7 at 4:25:53 PM: A viewer saw 4 chicks stretching wings/flapping.” was smoking, but they probably were driving in from Oregon or Colorado. Fact is, there is still 1 egg in th nest and three chicks, although I only saw two chicks today. Here are the screen captures from this morning. Keep Looking Up!

(Photo Credit and Used By Permission: The Peregrine Fund, Idaho Department of Fish and Game and Fiberpipe Data Centers) One chick is peeking out from under the brooding adult.

(Photo Used By Permission: The Peregrine Fund, Idaho Department of Fish and Game and Fiberpipe Data Centers)
One chick is peeking out from under the brooding adult. Probably the first hatched.

(Photo Credit and Used By Permission: The Peregrine Fund, Idaho Department of Fish and Game and Fiberpipe Data Centers) One egg remains in the nest. nOne very curious chick is looking at the camera.

(Photo Used By Permission: The Peregrine Fund, Idaho Department of Fish and Game and Fiberpipe Data Centers)
One egg remains in the nest, you can see it here. One very curious chick is looking at the camera. There might be a second chick just visible in the photo.

(Used By Permission: The Peregrine Fund, Idaho Department of Fish and Game and Fiberpipe Data Centers) A good view of the remaining egg. So we have 3 chicks and 1 egg that needs to hatch.

(Photo Used By Permission: The Peregrine Fund, Idaho Department of Fish and Game and Fiberpipe Data Centers)
A good view of the remaining egg. So we have 3 chicks and 1 egg that needs to hatch.

I do appologize for the mis-information yesterday. I will really try to verify these posts much better. Cheers!

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