State wildlife authorities are investigating why window washers on Sunday sprayed a nest of endangered peregrine falcons living on a Jersey City skyscraper, causing several young falcons to fall from the roof of the 41-story building.
One young falcon remains missing and another that glided to the ground is being evaluated for injuries at a Morris County bird rehabilitation center, according to Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey.
The birds, hatched in May, were about a week away from being able to fly, experts said.
Hard to believe no one told the window washers about the nesting Peregrines....
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Photos courtesy of Conserve Wildlife Foundation.