All those who desire a Prosperous Falcon would do well to pay tribute at the Eyrie as is the custom, after the March floods have begun but before the Eyases have yet come to be. ~ P.R. Snoody
It’s spring time, so it’s time to pay a visit to everyone’s favorite Peregrine Falcon Eyrie: The Mighty Tower of Doom at the Sedge Islands.
Then suddenly, Ben makes a hasty retreat from the top of the Eyrie.
EGG! That’s super early for the Sedge Family and was quite unexpected. Whatever the case, we like it.
And so we got out of there right away to let the PEFA get back on that egg, STAT. But Ben had plenty of time to get the Tower Of Doom in shape so it could have Maximum Doom Abilities this Spring. The truth is that Peregrine don’t really start incubating until they have a full set of eggs (the cool kids call it a “clutch”)
Raise your glasses and toast a hearty cheer to Mama & Papa Sedge. If you’ve ever been murderballed by a Peregrine Falcon at Barnegat Light, sitting on the Lighthouse, or the Water Tower, or the Coast Guard Tower, chances are it was one of the Sedge couple’s itty-bitty, burd-mangling monsters.
And if you just can’t get enough Doom and of the adorable, fuzzy, baby dinosaurs that are born there, here is a trip down memory lane: The 2014 classic Indiana Wurst & The Tower Of Doom: The Movie