Two young falcons will be released back into the wild in Pawtucket this Saturday. The two got away from their nest which sits atop Pawtucket City Hall.
The Department of Environmental Management picked up two juvenile peregrine falcons that were found on the ground in Pawtucket last week.
The birds, one male and one female, are siblings, and about seven to eight weeks old.
Wildlife experts say juvenile falcons can often get away from their nests when learning to fly.