Peregrine Falcon chick born atop Campbell Ewald building in Warren dies
Amelia died Saturday after being found with wound to right wing
WARREN, Mich. – The last surviving Peregrine Falcon chick that hatched atop the Campbell Ewald building in Warren has died.
Amelia the chick, who was born on May 14, died Saturday after being found earlier in the week at the GM Tech Center with wounds to her right wing and elbow.
She was taken to Spirit Filled Wings rehabilitation center, but passed away.
Amelia was part of a nest where three eggs were laid. Another chick hatched, but died within two weeks. The third egg never hatched.
Campbell Ewald had set up a live camera camera feed of the nest and a blog to follow the birds.
Peregrine falcons are endangered birds in Michigan.
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