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June 18, 2014 5:57 PM

Peregrine chicks banded at Iatan power plant

The peregrine falcon is still endangered in Missouri, years after DDT exposure drastically decreased their numbers. DeBold, part of the the Missouri Department of Conservation’s falcon tracking group, oversees five artificial nests, some in downtown Kansas City.

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