Garden notes: Two falcons, hunting in tandem.

Published on February 23rd, 2008 by Malachi

Something new in falcon behavior happened the other day, a day of watery but welcome sun, a time to sit outside and commune with sparrows and doves who were in mid-feed. Swooping over the roof of the studio to my left, and flying low and powerfully towards the trees to my right, came two falcons […]

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Garden notes: Falcon!

Published on January 31st, 2008 by Malachi

Garden Notes: Wednesday 1.30.2008 Falcon! There! In the sky. Wheeling, slowly gliding in the breezy air. Circling. All the time in the world. Across the sky, the wide blue cloudless sunny sky. Circling. One p.m. Bright sunny day. Cloudless. A shaft of sunlight strikes the falcon on its back feathers. Rich, rich, brown gold. Deep […]

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Garden Report: Peregrine Falcon –latest!

Published on January 14th, 2008 by Malachi

The Peregrine Falcon(s) have been much in evidence over the weekend, and I have three stories for you: First Falcon Sighting Coming out of the house on Saturday afternoon, I saw an…animal…who, at the same time, saw me. What could it be? For a split second I thought…an alert squirrel. No. It was a bird, […]

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