Anyhow, something is up and I am hoping it's almost time. From what I understand incubation is between 32 to 34 days normally and it has been close to 30 days since I have seen the two of them together which means one of them has always been in the box while the other is out hunting or watching guard. One interesting note is that my co-worker saw the female chase after a hawk today who was unfortunate enough to attempt to fly over the building. The picture above was taken today. This is the male (notice the green bands on its feet).
For comparison here is the female with my pictures from last week (notice the silver bands on her feet). If you want to see more pictures of the female you can do so under the peregrine falcon link on the right side of my blog.
While it has been a little crazier the past couple of days, it didn't stop the male from making a brief stop on top of the 446 Main Street building in Worcester. Here he is preening (not pruning ;o) himself). Look at those gorgeous feathers.
Of course I will be working in Boston tomorrow and offsite on Friday which means I can't check up on them until next Monday. To be continued as always.
Here is a cool link on the peregrines from 2 years ago which includes a video if you would like to see it. http://wbztv.com/local/Falcons.Worcester.Peregrine.2.587736.html?detectflash=false
Peace all and get out there and bird!