Slow Fall

A nice high sky today, but as usual nowadays, not a single raptor in sight any of the times I looked out.  A big change from 15 years ago, when we still got kettles of Broad-wings mixed with Red-tails and the occasional vulture or “other”.  I suppose I shouldn’t complain.  We had a young Peregrine hang out for the better part of an hour the other day, perched on a rung up the big smokestack and eyeing the local pigeon and starling smorgasbrot.  And, this morning, I had a rather late and chilly Red Admiral hanging out on the steps when I left for work.  That has to count for something.

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