Wildlife biologist Chris Nadareski, of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, puts a leg band on one of four peregrine falcons, at a nest at the east tower of the George Washington Bridge, over the Hudson River, in New York, Tuesday, May 21, 2013. The chicks hatched three weeks ago on a girder six feet below the bridge's lower level. Their parents are among 20 pairs of peregrine falcons living in New York City. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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Wildlife biologist Chris Nadareski, of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, puts a leg band on one of four peregrine falcons, at a nest at the east tower of the George Washington Bridge, over the Hudson River, in New York, Tuesday, May 21, 2013. The chicks hatched three weeks ago on a girder six feet below the bridge's lower level. Their parents are among 20 pairs of peregrine falcons living in New York City. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Wildlife biologist Chris Nadareski, of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, puts a leg band on one of four peregrine falcons, at a nest at the east tower of the George Washington Bridge, over the Hudson River, in New York, Tuesday, May 21, 2013. The chicks hatched three weeks ago on a girder six feet below the bridge's lower level. Their parents are among 20 pairs of peregrine falcons living in New York City. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
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