As regular viewers will have noticed we’ve made a big change to the website so we hope you like it. As with any change there’ll be minor glitches but in time they should be ironed out. The slideshow to the right has been removed for now as it appears to have a problem with the most recent version of Flash Player (is a problem with most current browsers right now?) but that will be fixed in time.
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what a wonderful thing to beable to watch!!!!
I have just recieved a injuried Peregrine Falcon and is just the most amazing bird!!!! Will be watching this spot for more photos of your new babies!!!!
The very best of luck with your injured charge. Is this the one in Bathurst that we heard about recently? We were wondering if it could’ve been one of our previous hatchlings? Unfortunately we’ve had fun obtaining approval for banding to aid in identification but we will keep trying.
Let us know how you go and if you have any photos we’d love to see them! (email via the Contact form on this website). Thanks for the comment!
Will there be any live cam here there are alot of us at a forum that would love to see them.
We have watched Alcoa for years and now they are not viewing we love to hear about the Australian falcons
Hi Jannice, many thanks for your interest in this project. Our main focus at the moment is to obtain good quality cameras and recording systems to improve our results, but we will also be talking to Charles Sturt University here once more with the specific purpose of creating some web pages to include live camera video streams. Currently we’re an entirely voluntary project. With some luck, and with the help of this month’s fund-raising push in Orange, this should happen sooner than later. We’ll miss this breeding season but will be all set for next year.
Thank you for all you are doing you all are very special for the work you do I’m am so happy the egg seems to be doing alright and look forward to any pictures and updates you have.
Thank you for your quick reply to my question