Peregrine falcon chicks born at nest in CSU water tower | Video

David Fitzsimons
By David Fitzsimons
Updated October 14 2019 - 5:21am, first published 3:00am
FLYING HIGH: Xavier, the male bird, flies from the tower nest. Photo: Falconcam Project

Orange's peregrine falcon population has increased with the birth of two chicks in a nest in a water tower at Charles Sturt University.

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David Fitzsimons

I am a senior journalist at the Central Western Daily concentrating on council, government and real estate issues. Before moving to Orange I filled senior roles at the Daily Telegraph, Daily Telegraph-Mirror and the Daily Mirror in Sydney. They included being an editor, news editor, chief of staff and reporter.

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