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RE: NOW mini-mansions and disgust

Hello, Melody! Dayton, OH, a city close to me, has tried introducing
peregrines starting some years ago. The birds were very carefully
monitored, and I think everyone who spent time downtown (the downtown
area is failing, unfortunately) loved them. But I don't recall what the
latest news has been about the program's success. Seems to me at least
one bird has died.


-----Original Message-----
From: Melody 
Sent: Mar 24, 2004 1:36 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: RE: [CHAT] NOW mini-mansions and disgust

re: raptors...

For those of you who live in more urban areas, do any of your towns have
peregrine falcon restoration programs? 

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