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In 2014, Conserve Wildlife Foundation undertook a fundraising effort to save the Falcon Cam, which was run by the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife's Endangered and Nongame Species Program.
We hope to have more info on the investigation into the window washers who caused the disturbance to this nest soon - we'll share as soon as we can!
Biologists watched carefully to see where BM/18 was on the roof, esp. Long story short, 18 remained on a parapet while Kathy released 17, who made her way back to the roof with the nestbox and up to a parapet to reunite with her sibling!
As viewers can tell you, a lot has happened since our last update. This is the first successful brood for 41/AX, the nesting female, who has been here since 2015.
This is now a law enforcement issue which is being investigated by NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife. This marks the first year that 41/AX has produced her own healthy brood of three young.
We are deeply saddened by this and will keep you all updated on the status of these majestic birds. The first hatched on 5/9 and then the remaining two hatched over the next 48 hours.
Unfortunately, on Sunday, June 16, starting at approximately am, window washers entered the rooftop area (41st floor) where the falcon nestbox is located.