Peregrine Falcons Nesting in Delaware Water Gap Area
DINGMAN TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- After a 70-year absence, peregrine falcons have successfully nested this year in the Milford Cliffs area of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. According to park rangers, it appears the chicks were born late last month. Pictures taken by members of the Delaware Water Gap National Park Service show a pair of three-week-old peregrine falcon chicks -- the offspring of falcons that successfully nested on the Milford Cliffs of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.
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