THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Waterford Iron Bridge (Minnesota):
Heading southwest in the direction of my childhood place of Jackson on a heavily used state rural highway through Dakota County, there is an old iron bridge located just off to the left of the road ... Posted on 10/5/11 at 9:25 AM
They can’t say for sure yet, but local birders seem fairly convinced that Terminator and Roosevelt have returned once again to Grand Forks.
The peregrine falcon couple, a local item since 2009, was spotted this week nesting atop a tower on the The University of North Dakota campus, where they were relocated from their original domicile on the late “Smiley” water tower.
By Chuck Haga , Forum Communications Co.
, March 31, 2012
For some, the sight of a robin is a sure sign of spring.
For others, it’s a falcon.
Miracle, a female peregrine falcon who has nested outside the 12th floor of the Bank of the West building for several years, has again been seen downtown.
By Dave Olson, Forum Communications Co.
, March 19, 2011
Spectators watching the alleged balloon boy hoax unfold on live TV suggested paragliders, skydivers, fishing hooks and more to bring down the flying saucer-shaped craft thought to be carrying a 6-year-old boy.
By Catherine Tsai, The Associated Press
, October 23, 2009
It’s an apt name for a predator brought in to scare away pests: Chase.
Diving and soaring over a southeast Washington blueberry patch, the aplomado falcon chases pesky starlings and sparrows to prevent them from feasting on the ripe fruit.
By Shannon Dininny, The Associated Press
, August 11, 2008
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