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Monday April 25, 2005
Mark Nash reports: We have at least 3 eggs!
Congratulations to Lakeview OPG

We finally have some good news these days, as it has been confirmed that there are at least three eggs being incubated at the Lakeview OPG plant. While it has been made official with regards to the Lakeview plant schedule to be demolished some time in 2006 - 2007, the peregrines have once again taken over one of the south facing roof elevations and are well underway in their efforts to incubate and hatch their eggs.

Apparently, full time incubation started around the 29th or 30th of March, and if this is in fact the case, we should be looking at a hatch date of approx. first week of May 2005.

The unidentified adults are tending full time to the incubation duties, and our fingers are crossed that the pair will be successful this year with a hatch.
Stay tuned..............

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