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Peregrine Falcon Chick Update

Thumbnail image for chick.JPGThe Peregrine Falcon chick that naturalist Mary Majka has been fostering is now at the Atlantic Wildlife Institute near Sackville. There he'll have an opportunity to stretch his wings and prepare for life on his own. Pam Novak is caring for him, and she gives us an update. (Photo: just after the chick was rescued, provided by Mary Majka)

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