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C. James Ingles reports:
On March 27, I spotted a pair of Peregrine Falcons flying on and off a ledge about 1/3 of the way up the south side of the smoke stack of the mothballed Hearn Power station just west of the Leslie Street spit. There are similar ledges at several heights and on several sides of the stack. The pair of P. falcons I saw were on/off the lower/southside ledge for quite a while, only once flying onto a different, but replica ledge on the north-east side. Hope it is a new Toronto pair of peregrines. A passer-by informed me he had seen them there for several days.


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