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June 9, 2016





Pennsylvania Game Commission wildlife diversity program supervisor Dan Brauning, assisted by Kate St. John, fits a peregrine chick with identification bands in the Cathedral of Learning Babcock Room.

The female chick, the sole survivor from the Cathedral of Learning nest (see May 12 University Times), was banded May 27 and is expected to fledge, or begin flying, this week. St. John, author of the birdwatching blog Outside My Window, has organized fledge watches through Sunday at the Schenley Plaza tent, weather permitting. The schedule and updates are posted at

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