There was deep slush everywhere at my house yesterday, and it was hard work for 
my elderly dog to struggle through, so I took her for a long leisurely walk at 
Taughannock Point.

There was a Snow Goose at the north point that had an injured wing. It paddled 
north toward Frontenac, forestalling a capture attempt by park staff. 

Before heading home I stopped at the dirt turnout along Gorge Road around 5:15 
pm to look across the gorge at the cliff just below the overlook Visitors 
Center. As I watched, an adult Peregrine flew to a snag that hangs downward 
from the cliff-top. A minute later, the second adult flew in and settled on a 
ledge just behind the snag. 



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