When I got back from vacation today he told me there was no doubt in his mind that that's what they were doing yesterday as he saw one of the falcons storing a bird in the side nest box , so I went out there myself for about 15 minutes to observe. The female sat on the edge of the box and waited for the male to come back from hunting I am assuming. There were no signs of the male during this time so I went to go grab my lunch at the cafeteria and can see the nest box from the cash register (yes I am obsessed) and sure enough the male did return to the nest box with something in his talons that I am assuming was a bird!
I took some lousy shots of the female from the 24th floor for documentation. The thing that interests me the most is the form in the front of the nest box. It wasn't there this morning when I observed the falcons for the first time, but appeared there between 12-1PM today. Whatever it is, it didn't just magically appear on its own. I was thinking perhaps its a dead pigeon but looked far too white so I am unsure.
Let's just say at this point I am almost willing to bet the farm that downtown Worcester once again has eyases!!!
More to follow as always.