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The sisters are growing up quickly, venturing out for strolls outside their nest box and flapping their wings, getting ready to fly.
The two peregrine falcon chicks at North Omaha Station were banded over Memorial Day weekend. Now OPPD needs your help naming them.
Lewis and Clark, OPPD's resident peregrine falcons, were expecting four chicks this year, but two didn’t survive.
It’s that time of year: Clark and Lewis, the resident raptors at North Omaha Station, are expecting.
Four pigeons have spent several days recently vacationing at North Omaha Station, though a visiting peregrine falcon gave them quite a scare.
The four young peregrine falcons are growing fast, and venturing beyond the box at North Omaha Station.
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