September 21, 2006 - Here Caleb Keneipp, Brooke Lucas, and Ron Perrone set up and spike down the timber foundation.
The octagonal foundation.

September 25, 2006

September 27, 2006 - Tonry Lathroum, Ron, Wendy (taking the picture), Caleb, and Carole Jackson start the hallway walls and roof.
Walls go up

October 10, 2006 - Now the walls of the 3 inner rooms go up.
... and up ...

October 18, 2006 - Volunteers from Concord University pitch in.
... and up...

October 26, 2006 - A view of the  long inner room on the left, and the 2 smaller rooms separated by the hallway on the right.
More walls.

November 1, 2006 - Here Ron and Caleb add 2 extra feet to bring the exterior walls of the three inner cages up to 12 feet.  
Higher walls ....

As of November 11, 2006 - This is the view from a nearby tree (photo courtesy of Caleb). The inner dividing walls will rise another 4 feet (to 14 feet) and provide the pitch of the roof.
Flight Barn as of 11-06-06

December 3, 2006 - Here Andy Woodruff and Ron are laying out the rafters.

December 12, 2006 - Andy and Ron atop the roof, which is ready for the transluscent panels.

January 3, 2007 -  half of the Tuftex roof panels were on., covering the long cage #3.

Below,  Alisha Morey's family slammed up more plywood and hung the door to the largest cage. Left to right; Nyoka, Nathan, Lou, and Robert.

January 11, 2007 - A female Peregrine falcon was released into the largest of the three cages, cage #3 for flight conditioning prior to release.