TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Four fluffy, white peregrine falcon chicks that hatched less than a month ago in Topeka are growing and healthy.
Officials on Monday but bands on the four chicks, which hatched on a nest near the top of the 12-story Westar Energy building. The Topeka Capital-Journal report s this is the first time four eggs hatched. Usually one to three eggs have hatched.
Its the eighth consecutive year the falcons nested in a box Westar provides.
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