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The adult male was identified as “Patriot.” He was born at the Pulliam Power Plant nest site in Green Bay, WI, and was banded on May 29, 2007, by Greg. “Patriot” was born at the Pulliam Power Plant nest site in Green Bay, WI, and was banded on May 29, 2007, by Greg Septon.His color band is (b/g) E/36 and has made the Briess Manitowoc Elevator his home for the last several years.Kate continues to enrich the lives of young children through service in her local church as Youth Ministry Team Leader.She and her husband, Jacob, have three wonderful daughters, a dog named Blue, and a small flock of backyard chickens. He grew up in the Reformed Episcopal Church and now serves as a ruling elder in a Presbyterian church. in painting and drawing form Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and completed additional graduate work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in art history and art criticism. Murdock Charitable Trust invited him to be their Visiting Senior Scholar.Dawn and her husband, Garwood, are the proud parents of three adult children and two children-in-law and enjoy opening their home in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, to many gatherings of family and friends.The 2014 Briess acquisition of a grain handling and storage operation in nearby Manitowoc, WI, came with a bonus—a Peregrine Falcon nest box.Over the last two years, Briess has joined the Peregrine Falcon Recovery Program.

With this new camera, the adult male falcon, who has made the Manitowoc Elevator his home for the last several years, was successfully identified by Peregrine Falcon expert and conservationist from the Peregrine Falcon Recovery Program, Greg Septon.This camera is made possible with help from the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center, and the many viewers who so generously support these cameras.LIVE Feed from the Falcon Nest Box Atop the Briess Manitowoc Grain Elevator.On March 2nd, Greg was able to see that the new female was an adult and presumed that she was the stronger of the two female falcons, and drove the younger immature female falcon away from the site; in essence taking control over the territory.This past February, a young, unbanded female from unknown origins visited the nest box in hopes to make the Briess elevator her new home.

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