28 September 2020
That didn’t take long! The ink on my article was barely dry.
As soon as I wrote about Ecco’s prolonged presence at the Cathedral of Learning peregrine nest and speculated that he had won the territory, the revolving door of Pitt’s male peregrines turned again.
Terzo is back.
Yesterday afternoon I glanced up and saw a peregrine zip around the top of the Cathedral of Learning and come screaming in to land on the east face. This is a move I’ve seen Terzo do many times before so I wondered if it was him. Yes it is.
The revolving door has been spinning since February. It was silly of me to think Terzo and Ecco would stop it now.
(snapshots from the National Aviary falconcam at Univ of Pittsburgh)