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Since 1981, NH Audubon conservation biologists and a legion of dedicated volunteers have worked tirelessly to advance Peregrine Falcon population recovery in New Hampshire.
NH Audubon first became involved as organized releases of captive-bred falcons were ending and monitoring of wild-breeding pairs began.
So, once the BNOW fledglings are no longer returning to the cavity and it’s vacant for a while – which is what typically and eventually happens – I will go up there and install a new camera (the one that’s there is REALLY old), In the meantime, the cavity is being partially “lit up” by the infrared LED’s from the PTZ cam, so that’s why you can still see a little bit there at night. However, as we approach the end of April, the “2017 Starr Ranch Birdathon Month”, I’m really hoping you will consider making a pledge.
Pete 5/12/17 Finally – The 2017 Starr Ranch Birdathon Recap is done! The cost of cams and other hardware, plus the streaming are just a part of the expense of keeping everything running at Starr Ranch.
From a single cliff-nesting pair that fledged two chicks in Franconia Notch in 1981, to 19 breeding territories that produced a record-high 35 young in 2010, NH Audubon observers have been there for 30 years!
NH Audubon is pleased to provide live streaming video of the Peregrine Falcon nest at 1750 Elm Street in Manchester, NH, with the support of our partners, Single Digits, Inc and Brady Sullivan Properties.
Well, after more than a decade, the equipment was really showing its age in 2015, and the viewing experience was no longer something that any of us were pleased to share with the public.
That’s why NH Audubon is so delighted now to announce that Single Digits (which purchased Spectra Access in late 2014) has just installed two new high-resolution cameras that will significantly improve nest viewing!
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