Mimi and Rupert, Peregrine Falcon parents, are back at UW-Green Bay after coming here to lay eggs for the last few years. Mimi spent time on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020 adjusting the nesting box on the top of the Cofrin Library to her liking. More on the importance and the history of the nesting site, here. The Green Bay Audubon Student Conservation Chapter and Cofrin Center for Biodiversity are hoping for another successful season for Mimi and Rupert. Watch Mimi take a look around her nesting box.
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