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Baby Peregrine Falcons! Right here in downtown Rochester, cameras have been spying on a nesting pair of Peregrines and this week they are busy, busy, busy gathering food for their three new powder puffs of joy.
Peregrine Falcons were nearly eradicated by pesticide use, but they are making a comeback. These birds can be found all over the continental U.S., but are more common on the coast. In a hunting dive, they can reach up to 200 mph, making them the fastest animal on the planet. To receive prey from her mate, a female peregrine will fly upside down. (Talk about a cool chick!) (Source: 14 Interesting Facts About The Peregrine Falcon)
And there's something else going on today. What was it? Oh, right. Parallels: Felix Was Here! This ISWG anthology features ten mind-bending tales set in parallel universes from authors L.G. Keltner, Crystal Collier, Hart Johnson, Cherie Reich, Sandra Cox, Yolanda Renée, Melanie Schulz, Sylvia Ney, Michael Abayomi, and some crazy chick going on about baby birds while her short story is trying to get promoted.
Congrats to Bish Denham from Random Thoughts for winning a copy through the contest on the Parallels website.
Here's the how to nab your copy (and you don't even have to fly upside down):
Barnes & Noble
Barnes & Noble
Need to know more? Go to the Parallels website.