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December 13, 2013 12:00 AM

Port of Olympia should help falcons find new home

The Port of Olympia has bid adieu to the second of two container cranes that sit on the port marine terminal docks on the Olympia waterfront, largely unused — make that obsolete. The decision to surplus the second crane is complicated by the fact that a pair of peregrine falcons have been nesting on the crane for the past 13 years, often successfully hatching one or more chicks.

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