by Elli Jilek, Jean Moore and Eric Tull
- April 10. The first Peregrine was observed today by Elli Jilek.
- April 14. A second Peregrine was seen by Elli Jilek.
- May 8 and 15. The Peregrines were observed copulating.
- May 20. The female is sitting on eggs.
- May 21. Pat Young of Alberta Fish and Wildlife checked the nest and found three eggs. The unbanded male is a different bird from the male that nested here last year.
- May 26. Pat Young reported that there are four eggs in the nest, and that on the basis of the bands or lack thereof, both the male and the female are different birds from the birds that nested here last year.
- June 23. The first egg hatched today.
- June 25. All four eggs have hatched.
- July 11. Three young were banded, one female and two males. The fourth young, which was much smaller, very stressed and infested with lice, could not be sexed or banded.
- July 12. The fourth young was removed from the nest and placed in the care of a falconer, as it would likely have succumbed if it were left in the nest.
- July 24. The fourth young, a male, was returned to the nest, a little smaller and less-developed than the others, but hopefully able to survive.
- August 1. The first two young left the nest ledge.
- August 7. The third young left the nest ledge.
- August 8. The last young (presumably 'Louie)' the one that was in the care of a falconer) left the nest ledge.