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Messaggio da Giovanna » gio giu 21, 2007 7:28 pm

Ciao Sonietta!
Si, anche quello, niente male! :lol:
Ti prego, non correggere mai! In effetti è un momento che rido poco e non so neanche sempre bene perché...
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Messaggio da Sonia » gio giu 21, 2007 8:45 pm

Giovanna ha scritto:Ciao Sonietta!
Si, anche quello, niente male! :lol:
Ti prego, non correggere mai! In effetti è un momento che rido poco e non so neanche sempre bene perché...
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Messaggio da Sonia » lun giu 25, 2007 8:18 pm

June 25, 2007 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: After Blue Foot was released on the roof yesterday, she immediately began to explore. She flapped and hopped and quickly covered much of the roof. Several times she visited the corner where Jump Up was tucked away. It took Blue Foot only a few hours to make her way to the upper ledge of the roof, where she proceeded to spend much time looking down at Jump Up. She seemed very comfortable sitting up on the ledge surveying her surroundings; it was as though she had never left. Around 19:30 Jump Up finally emerged from hiding and joined Blue Foot on the ledge. Blue Foot seemed very happy to see her sister, and followed her so closely along the ledge that Blue Foot's foot could often been seen covering Jump Up's tail. There was even some beak touching. At last report the two chicks were sitting side by side on the ledge. The parents were hanging about but had not brought food to the youngsters. Today should be interesting!

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Rapporti del luccio dell'asta quadra di collegamento del coordinatore di Falconwatch - del 25 giugno 2007: Dopo che il piede blu sia liberato ieri sul tetto, immediatamente ha cominciato ad esplorare. Si è agitata e hopped e rapidamente ha coperto gran parte del tetto. Parecchie volte ha visitato il angolo in cui il salto in su è stato rimboccato via. Ha occorr a piede blu soltanto alcune ore per fare il suo senso alla sporgenza superiore del tetto, in cui ha continuato spendere molto tempo che osserva giù il salto in su. Ha sembrato seduta molto comoda in su sulla sporgenza che esamina i suoi dintorni; era come se non avesse andato mai. Intorno a 19:30 il salto in su infine è emerso dal nascondersi ed ha unito il piede blu sulla sporgenza. Il piede blu ha sembrato molto felice di vedere la sua sorella e la ha seguita così molto attentamente lungo la sporgenza che il piede del piede blu potrebbe spesso stato covering visto saltare sulla coda. Ci era persino un certo contatto del becco. Infine segnalare i due pulcini stavano sedendo parallelamente sulla sporgenza. I genitori stavano appendendo circa ma non avevano portato l'alimento ai giovanotti. L'oggi dovrebbe essere interessante!


:D :D

PER GIO: carino portare l'alimento ai giovanotti! :wink:
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Messaggio da Roxy » lun giu 25, 2007 8:34 pm

Sonia ha scritto:June 25, 2007 –
Rapporti del luccio dell'asta quadra di collegamento del coordinatore :wink:
adoro questa frase... ci si potrebbe scrivere un romanzo di fantascienza!!! :shock: :lol: :D :wink:
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Messaggio da Sonia » ven giu 29, 2007 8:14 am

BLUE FOOT LIFTS OFF!!

Blue Foot just released on the Sheraton roof, 14:00, Sunday, 24 June 2007

June 28, 2007 Part 2 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: At 12:10 this afternoon Blue Foot lifted off from the Sheraton roof, flew west to the Standard Life building, then back toward the Sheraton, trying to gain height and reach the Sheraton roof. She wasn't quite successful the first or second time, so she then made a strong flight over to the adjacent Thompson building where she landed in the shallow water pan of the air conditioning system!!! After a minute or two of getting her bearings she hopped up onto an nearby beam and started exploring a bit. Blue Foot has certainly had some experiences! While all this was going on Jump Up was on the upper ledge of the Sheraton and on the arm of the camera mount, occasionally flapping.

June 28, 2007 Part 1 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: A quiet Wednesday ended with an exciting evening. Just before dark Blue Foot hopped and flapped her way west and stood on the camera arm facing the nest ledge. She stayed there for a while, flapping and getting air under her feet, with Falconwatchers on the edge of their seats thinking she might make a leap into the nest. Instead Blue Foot was distracted away from the camera when the adults delivered food. Where will falconwatchers find Blue Foot and Jump Up tomorrow?


Anyone wishing to volunteer for Falconwatch can contact us by email at [ falconwatch@hwcn.org ]. Volunteers work in shifts watching the birds from dawn to dusk.


June 27, 2007 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: It has been nearly a week since Jump Up took her first flight, and she seems reluctant to try again! She spent half of the day sitting precariously on the ledge, peering down at the city below. The two chicks appear to have re-bonded nicely, often sitting side by side and beak touching. They even share food when it arrives, although not very amicably! We expect to see both of them flying very soon.

We have been asked exactly where the birds are spending their time. They are on the uppermost parapet or ledge of the main Sheraton Hamilton Hotel structure. This ledge is at the top of a three foot wall that rises above the gravel roof and runs just below the base of our TV camera. Its corner, near the camera, is about 10 feet above and 10 feet away from the nest ledge. Unfortunately the camera is on a fixed mount, so cannot be moved to pick up the birds.


June 26, 2007 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: Monday was the first time we got to see Jump Up and Blue Foot being fed together. The first food drop arrived at 07:30 and was gobbled greedily by Jump Up alone. About half an hour later Surge brought another large meal that was taken to the ledge to be cleaned by Madame X. Blue Foot, having not eaten any of the previous delivery, kicked her mother off the ledge and began eating the still feathered food. After she ate for a while Jump Up joined in to get a share. The heat of the afternoon kept the chicks laying low, but they were up and about again in the evening. A bedtime snack brought in around 21:15 was grudgingly shared and they waited on the ledge for more.


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Messaggio da Sonia » mar lug 03, 2007 10:01 am

July 2, 2007 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: Once Peregrine Falcon chicks begin to fly, it is amazing how quickly they progress. Blue Foot and Jump Up are both able to make long flights and gain high altitudes, soaring way above us. Often it is difficult to tell the chicks apart from their parents. Our two continue to stay close to each other. Today they spent much of their time on the Fairclough building; in the evening they could be seen playing, attacking pipes and jumping on each other. Soon they will begin learning to hunt, a whole new thrill for falconwatchers.

Because of the chicks' illnesses and problems, the 2007 Falconwatch has extended longer than usual and we we are in need of more volunteers, especially people with experience. Anyone wishing to volunteer for Falconwatch can contact us by email at [ falconwatch@hwcn.org ]. Volunteers work in shifts watching the birds from dawn to dusk.


Rapporti del luccio dell'asta quadra di collegamento del coordinatore di Falconwatch - del 2 luglio 2007: Una volta che i pulcini Peregrine del falco cominciano a volare, è stupefacente quanto progrediscono rapidamente. Il piede blu ed il salto in su possono sia fare i voli lunghi che guadagnare le alte altezze, senso salente sopra noi. È spesso difficile da dire ai pulcini oltre ai loro genitori. I nostri due continuano a rimanere vicino a vicenda. Oggi hanno speso molto del loro tempo sull'edificio di Fairclough; nella sera potrebbero essere tubi di gioco e d'attacco visti e saltare su a vicenda. Presto cominceranno ad imparare cercare, una nuova emozione intera per i falconwatchers. A causa delle malattie e dei problemi dei pulcini, il Falconwatch 2007 si è esteso più lungamente usuale e noi siamo necessitante più volontari, particolarmente la gente con esperienza. Chiunque che desidera offrirsi volontariamente per Falconwatch può metterselo in contatto con dal email a [falconwatch@hwcn.org]. I volontari lavorano negli spostamenti che guardano gli uccelli dall'alba al dusk.


Ci mancavano gli aggiornamenti del luccio dell'asta... vero? :D

Comunque tutto bene!!!
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Messaggio da Giovanna » mar lug 03, 2007 6:14 pm

Grazie! :D
(Adoro i rapporti del luccio dell'asta quadra! :oops: :wink: )
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Messaggio da Sonia » ven lug 06, 2007 11:02 am

Da Cindy (forum Buffalo)
finally saw a flight!! It was spectacular!

I was on watch for lunch today and finally finally I caught a flight! Blue Foot was in fine form! She took about 5 flights around the downtown core! Stopping on a couple of different buildings! Simply awesome flights! I even saw her take off in hot pursuit chasing Dad! That was great! She is rather quick!

As I mentioned before Jump Up is also flying great but she likes her sleep! and she is a bit of a night hawk!

I have a CD of lots of banding pictures! Some are just fantastic!

Does anyone know how I can put them on the site for viewing? There are a lot of pics! Here is a sample of one!

Cindy

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Messaggio da Niseema » ven lug 06, 2007 2:07 pm

che bello pensarli mentre nella sera potrebbero essere tubi di gioco e d'attacco... :D

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Messaggio da Giovanna » ven lug 06, 2007 5:01 pm

Gesummaria, Nise.. :lol:
Bella foto, bravissima Cindy!!! :D :D :D
I would like to see more and more..
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July 10, 2007 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: Some people were afraid that Blue Foot would not be accepted upon her return from Guelph. On the contrary, she and Jump Up are a close knit pair. Although they are getting older, the youngsters are still very closely bonded. They stayed close together all through Monday evening, moving from one building to the next and chasing each other along rooftops, with plenty of beak and talon touching.

Anyone interested in volunteering to help keep an eye on the birds next year can contact us by email at: falconwatch@hwcn.org

July 9, 2007 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: Jump Up and Blue Foot are continuing to do well. On Sunday evening Blue Foot scared up a large flock of pigeons in Gore Park. We often see the youngsters carrying prey, but we have been unable to determine whether they are taking the food from the parents or hunting for themselves. Although Jump Up spends more time relaxing than her sister, she is quite capable of moving into action when she wants to, often diving through downtown or soaring high above the Stelco tower.We will continue to keep you updated for a few more days.

July 8, 2007 – Falconwatch Lead Monitor Audrey Gamble reports for Coordinator Kelly Pike: After the unusual start to our season what pure joy it is to watch Blue foot and Jump Up develop so beautifully and display such strong sibling bonding (and rivalry!). Thanks to all of you who have been in touch with us over the season with questions, suggestions, concerns and good wishes.

On Saturday morning the girls were flying well and making strong landings. Both were on the Fairclough building where we had a nice close view and where Jump Up took a food drop from an adult. Possession is nine tenths... and the Queen of Mantle put on a terrific display of ownership and dominance over breakfast. As always Blue Foot wheedled her way into her sister's graces and wrestled part of the meal away. They spent a long while playing around on Fairclough. Never one to sit idle, Blue Foot headed off for adventure at the home of our local American Kestrel family and landed high in a tree at Whitehern. There's no better way to find out how many birds live in a city block than to drop a Peregrine into their tree. The neighbourhood song birds buzzed and swarmed around until Blue Foot relocated. She visited several interesting perches before we left the girls for the day. When we rejoined them in the evening Blue foot entertained with stellar soaring, swooping and hunting while her night owl sister perched on BDC outwaiting the daylight. At one point Blue Foot screamed by in tandem with Madame X. When the dust settled on the Scarfone Hawkins building Blue Foot was mantling (every bit as well as her big sister does) a sizable meal while Madame X watched over her from a perch on an aerial. As dark fell Blue Foot was still enjoying the fruits of her labour, and right on schedule at 21:20 Jump Up zoomed out of view.

July 6, 2007 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: Thursday was fairly quiet for our two youngsters. Both sat out and enjoyed the morning thunderstorm, then spent the rest of the day relaxing with the exception of a few dives at pigeons and gulls. Jump Up and Blue Foot are beginning to venture further from their nest site and are becoming harder to keep track ofso we have ended dawn to dusk coverage of the Peregrines. We are confident in their abilities to take care of themselves now, but don't worry, there will still be people around to monitor them during times of busiest activity. Thanks to all those who helped out over the last few weeks. We will continue to keep you updated. Anyone interested in volunteering to help keep an eye on the birds next year can contact us by email at: falconwatch@hwcn.org

July 5, 2007 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: It is getting to the point where falconwatchers are worrying less about the safety of Jump Up and Blue Foot. This is the best time, when we get to relax a bit and enjoy the aerobatics of the young Peregrines, and they are not disappointing us. The birds made several flights Wednesday morning, then were fairly quiet during the rainy period. Around 18:00 Blue Foot dive bombed a remote control helicopter in Jackson Square Plaza. She stooped after it several times below the tree line, coming within feet of her target, before heading back to higher ground. This girl knows she was born to hunt! Jump Up’s flights have been strong, if not as spectacular.

July 4, 2007 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: Like other Peregrines, Jump Up and Blue Foot are very curious. They like to inspect wires, pieces of material and anything else that is shiny, flashy, or moves in the wind. The youngsters are always finding something to get themselves into! Both are flying well, although Jump Up is still behind her sister. Early Tuesday afternoon Blue Foot took a thermal so high she was almost out of sight, then came roaring back down in a classic Peregrine stoop. They are also getting more aggressive. Around 20:00 an adult brought food to the Stelco building to pluck. Blue Foot roared over from the Sheraton roof, knocked the adult from Stelco and proceeded to eat the stolen food. Jump Up protested with loud screeching and was fed shortly afterwards.

July 3, 2007 – Falconwatch Coordinator Kelly Pike reports: Monday was another busy day for Jump Up and Blue Foot. In the morning they were seen talon touching and even chasing a starling. They often fly close together, sometimes chasing the adults. The youngsters - 'chicks' doesn't seem right any more - are still being fed by Madame X and Surge, but we expect the adults to start teaching them to hunt for themselves any minute now.



Rapporti del luccio dell'asta quadra di collegamento del coordinatore di Falconwatch - del 10 luglio 2007: Qualche gente era impaurita che il piede blu non sarebbe accettato sul suo ritorno da Guelph. Al contrario, lei ed il salto in su sono un accoppiamento unito. Anche se stanno ottenendo più vecchi, i giovanotti ancora sono legati molto molto attentamente. Hanno rimasto insieme vicine interamente con la sera di lunedì, muoventesi da una costruzione verso il seguente ed inseguentesi lungo i tetti, con abbondanza di contatto del talon e del becco. Chiunque interessato all'offerta contribuire a mantenere un occhio sugli uccelli l'anno prossimo può metterselo in contatto con dal email a: falconwatch@hwcn.org


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Messaggio da Sonia » gio lug 12, 2007 8:37 am

Due foto prese dal sito molto belle di Madame X


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Messaggio da Giovanna » gio lug 12, 2007 2:16 pm

Madame X è bellissima!!!Immagine
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