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Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Soara, a 21-day-old female peregrine falcon, expresses her displeasure as she is brought to the table to be banded by DNR biologists in the auditorium of One Summit Square on Thursday. The falcon family lives high above downtown Fort Wayne.

Unhand me, you cad!

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  • Baby falcons are called eyases?
  • Grown-up peregrine falcons are about the size of crows?
  • They can reach speeds of 220 mph?
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