Baby Peregrine Falcons Relocated From Northern Neck Bridge
Relocation of baby peregrine falcons on a bridge in the Northern Neck has become an annual event.
Yesterday scientists from William and Mary’s Center for Conservation Biology relocated two more, making a total of 28 birds in the last 11 years. WCVE Correspondent Pamela D’Angelo reports.
PHOTO: Baby peregrine falcons are removed from under a bridge by Bryan Watts, a biologist with the College of William and Mary Center for Conservation Biology.