Fireball put on some speed yesterday and traveled 660 km (410 miles), one of his longest single day distances yet. He was the last of the three tagged migrant peregrines to cross the Tropic of Cancer on his way north.
He altered his heading, left the coast and started to take an inland path. He passed near Ciudad Victoria and is paralleling the foothills of the mountains. This route will take him away from the coastal barrier islands, suggesting that he will cross the Texas border far west of the Gulf.
This heading could be an indication that he will be another western breeder, like Seven. We'll have to wait and see.