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If the young falcons survive, they could fledge or fly from the nest in early summer.
The Commerce Tower site has been successful because it offers good shelter and nearby food sources, he said.
Watching falcons flying or hunting for pigeons has been a pastime for workers in downtown offices since the falcon restoration began. As days pass, the chicks will grow and began walking around the square, composite-material box that serves as a nest.
Now, those workers and people around the world will also be able to watch the nest and how life unfolds for young peregrines. Gravel lines the bottom of the box to mimic rock found on cliffs.
I try to check traffic every day before rush hour, and there is almost always an error.
I have the latest version, and latest version of i OS. Edited to add after I read other reviews..works on Wi Fi.
Young birds were first released in 1991 at Commerce Tower, 911 Main St., and releases in subsequent years followed. Since then, various pairs of parents have used the nest.
More than 30 young falcons have fledged or flown from the ledge.
hopefully the more contacts they get, the faster they'll solve the problems This app only works about 1x a week.The available information includes:1) A zoomable, scrollable map-based display2) Current traffic conditions on Kansas City metro area's freeways and major surface streets3) Lists of accidents, road construction activities, and other hazards4) Special events that affect traffic (sport events, etc.)5) Closed-circuit television (CCTV) traffic camera images 6) Electronic roadway sign messages The July update solved app loading issues, but didn't solve the problem the app has with syncing info from the same servers that supply the electronic billboards or even the kc scout website.The majority of the time upon starting the app you see spinning wheels vs # of incidents, and when you do see info it's likely out of date..But they remain endangered and in low numbers in some states including Missouri.For more information on peregrine falcons in Missouri go to gov.