Given these transitions, it is encouraging that the resulting peregrine pair nested successfully.
It is the sole survivor of this year’s clutch of three chicks.
To learn more about this juvenile male and the Richmond Falcons, visit the Richmond Falcon Cam.
Many thanks to the photographer for capturing these photos, noting the leg bands, and sharing them with the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, which helped the photos to eventually find their way to our agency.
This juvenile male Peregrine Falcon fledged from its nest site atop the Riverfront Plaza Building in downtown Richmond on June 29th.
The deceased juvenile female falcon was examined by DGIF’s veterinarian this morning.