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Famed Naturalist Fostering Peregrine Falcon Chick

chick.JPGA Peregrine Falcon chick tumbled from its nest at Hopewell Rocks, and park officials called naturalist Mary Majka for advice. She hoped the chick's parents would come to the rescue, but they didn't. After the chick fell into the water, it was delivered to Majka's house where it's being fostered until it can be returned to its family. (Photo: Mary Majka and David Christie)

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