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Bowling Green Falcon Chicks Banded

Four female peregrine falcon chicks were removed from the Wood County Courthouse in Bowling Green Wednesday, June 1, 2011. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife placed identification bands on them and drew blood samples before returning the birds to their nest. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL SIZE, START SLIDE SHOW.

A mother peregrine falcon perches near her nest in the clock tower at the clock tower at the Wood County Courthouse in Bowling Green Wednesday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A mother peregrine falcon perches near her nest in the clock tower at the clock tower at the Wood County ...
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Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife biologist Jennifer Norris, left, and wildlife management supervisor J. Scott Butterworth, remove peregrine falcon chicks from their nest in the clock  tower at the Wood County Courthouse. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife biologist Jennifer Norris, left, and wildlife management supervisor J. Scott Butterworth, remove ...
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Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife biologist Jennifer Norris, left, and wildlife management supervisor J. Scott Butterworth, remove a peregrine falcon chick from its nest. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife biologist Jennifer Norris, left, and wildlife management supervisor J. Scott Butterworth, remove ...
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Biologist Jennifer Norris, center, carries a baby peregrine falcon chicks to a bucket after removing it from the nest. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Biologist Jennifer Norris, center, carries a baby peregrine falcon chicks to a bucket after removing it from the nest.
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Biologist Jennifer Norris makes her way to the ground floor after removing peregrine falcon chicks from their nest in the bell tower at the Wood County Courthouse in Bowling Green. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Biologist Jennifer Norris makes her way to the ground floor after removing peregrine falcon chicks from their nest in the ...
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A mother peregrine falcon keeps watch after Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife workers remove her chicks from the nest. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A mother peregrine falcon keeps watch after Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife workers remove her chicks from ...
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Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife management supervisor J. Scott Butterworth holds a peregrine falcon chick as biologist Jennifer Norris puts an identification band on it. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife management supervisor J. Scott Butterworth holds a peregrine falcon chick as biologist ...
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A crowd gathered in the atrium of the Wood County Courthouse, including Don Potter, second from right, and his daughter Amy Potter, right, to watch as peregrine falcon chicks are banded. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A crowd gathered in the atrium of the Wood County Courthouse, including Don Potter, second from right, and his daughter ...
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Wildlife management supervisor J. Scott Butterworth holds a peregrine falcon chick as biologist Jennifer Norris puts an identification band on it. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Wildlife management supervisor J. Scott Butterworth holds a peregrine falcon chick as biologist Jennifer Norris puts an identification band on ...
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Cinda Stutzman and her daughter Olivia Stutzman, 4, of Bowling Green, watch as the falcon chicks are banded and get their blood drawn. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Cinda Stutzman and her daughter Olivia Stutzman, 4, of Bowling Green, watch as the falcon chicks are banded and get ...
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One of four falcon chicks is banded by Ohio Division of Wildlife workers. Enlarge | Buy This Photo One of four falcon chicks is banded by Ohio Division of Wildlife workers.
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Bowling Green resident Lydia Brunner, 6, helps Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife biologist Jennifer Norris, right, put an identification band on a peregrine falcon chick. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Bowling Green resident Lydia Brunner, 6, helps Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife biologist Jennifer Norris, right, put ...
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