In summer 2017, a Goshawk nest had fallen down, and three nestlings of about three weeks old were found on the forest floor. A platform with some of the old nesting material was erected to accommodate the chicks, but the chicks frequently jumped and were then found again on the forest floor. A bigger artificial nest in a tree was more successful, and the chicks eventually fledged. Pellets and a prey remain indicated that the artificial nests did not inhibit the parents to provide the young with food.