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The center is on the edge of the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area, where 800 pairs of hawks, owls, eagles and falcons come each spring to mate and raise their young.
In addition, Olson wanted Flash to be given a fresh, more falcon-like look.
Others crowd around to watch a magician perform some sleight-of-hand tricks or have photos taken in the traditional garb of another age with an increasingly bizarre assortment of props: swords, rifles, stuffed falcons.
Monkeys live in the trees, and toucans and falcons nest in the garden.
There have been six Falcons — Lisa Comrie (1997), Castro (2004), Deanna Kennedy (2008), Allison Swartz (2009), Maggie Sevilla (2010) and Sydney Earle (2012) — who were chosen Player of the Year during Morrill’s reign.
Peregrine falcons in Michigan are making a big comeback.
Here's an opportunity to wet your whistle and support the organization - the Nongame Fund (part of the Indiana DNR Fish & Wildlife) - responsible for the comeback of the peregrine falcon in Indiana.
The Science Channel had a whale of a week chock-full of stories on animals: Peregrine falcons and gyrfalcon are fighting for food and territory in Greenland, a preview of battles to come on our fast-warming planet.
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