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Here are some of the many highlights captured during the nesting season.

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The nest box is located on the south side of the Rhodes Tower on the 41st floor.

 

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At night falcons may sleep on the top of a window-washing apparatus.

 

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Access to the ledge on the south side of the building is through a small panel (see red arrow) located in the HVAC facility.

 

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A Peregrine’s-eye view of the Capitol.

 

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Porcupine wire is used to encourage the falcons to perch on the platform in front of the camera to assist us in viewing leg bands.

 

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The nest box and second camera at the west end of the ledge.

 

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An eastward-looking view of camera one with its wire protection, the platform that raises the birds to camera view, and the ledge. The second camera is focused on the nesting box.

 

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Site manager and Ohio Division of Wildlife biologist Donna Daniel takes in a view from the ledge on the Rhodes Tower. The nestbox is just behind her shoulder.

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