Joe Tomcho (right), conservation technician with N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, holds one of the 3-week-old Peregrine Falcons Tuesday while Mark Hopey (left), director of Southern Appalachian Raptor Research, measures his talons.
Joe Tomcho (right), conservation technician with N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, holds one of the 3-week-old Peregrine Falcons Tuesday while Mark Hopey (left), director of Southern Appalachian Raptor Research, measures his talons. Sylvia Gilland
Joe Tomcho (right), conservation technician with N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, holds one of the 3-week-old Peregrine Falcons Tuesday while Mark Hopey (left), director of Southern Appalachian Raptor Research, measures his talons. Sylvia Gilland

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