Peregrine Peep Show

Posted by ardeidae on March 07, 2005

A pair of endangered Peregrine Falcons (Falco peregrinus) laid eggs last week atop the Pacific Gas and Electric building in San Francisco. That’s great news. What’s even better news is that the Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group, which placed the nest there in 1987, also placed a webcam there three weeks ago and it officially debuted today at noon Pacific Time. See it all here.

Last year, the Peregrine couple managed to raise two chicks. Hopefully they’ll be as successful this year, and we’ll all be able to watch them grow up!





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