Peregrine Falcon 2016 information and webcam
Animal Care and Use Protocol number 14-15 #36
6-11-2016 - 43/M (B/G) Last chick in the nest box.
6-11-2016 - And then there were 2. One chick has left the nest box.
6-9-2016 - 3 chicks watching the sunset.
6-8-2016 - Stretching those wings.
6-7-2016 - 3 chicks up on the ledge of the nest box.
6-5-2016 - 2 chicks looking out over the world.
6-3-2016 - No little fluff balls anymore.
6-1-2016 - First chick up on the ledge of the nest box.
6-1-2016 - 3 chicks.
6-1-2016 - Chick selfie.
6-1-2016 - Female with 3 chicks.
5-29-2016 - Many new feathers on the chick now.
5-27-2016 - Chick close ups.
5-27-2016 - Resting his head on a rock.
5-26-2016 - Chicks are much more active now moving around the nest box and competing over food. With female.
5-26-2016 - Smaller male chick.
5-24-2016 - Chick head shot.
5-23-2016 - The chicks are starting to grow some tail and wing pin feathers.
5-19-2016 - Female (left) and male (right) watching over the nest box after the chick have been returned.
5-19-2016 - Male in flight over us. A broom is used to ward of the attack.
5-19-2016 - Female scolding us as we replace the chicks
5-19-2016 - 3 Chicks back in the nest box.
5-19-2016 - 3 Chicks with new bands.
5-19-2016 - Showing the size of the chick's foot.
5-19-2016 - The chicks received their new ID bands today. Septon and Schuck attaching a leg band to one of the chicks. The head of the chick is covered with a light towel to keep it calm during the process.
5-19-2016 - Nothing like a sib to curl up with.
5-17-2016 - Chick are starting to move around the nest box.
5-17-2017 - Female feeding 3 chicks
5-16-2016 - Chick head shot
5-16-2016 - 3 chicks
5-12-2016 - 3 Well feed chicks.
5-12-2016 - Male in feeding the chicks.
5-10-2016 - Male in with the chicks
5-10-2016 - 3 rapidly growing chicks
5-8-2016 - Ball of chicks after brunch.
5-7-2016 - Two heads one butt
5-6-2016 - Where did everyone go???
5-6-2016 - Female and chicks asleep.
5-3-2016 - 2 hungry chicks - 1 sleeping chick
5-2-2016 - The much smaller male is in to keep the chicks warm. Female (right) returning.
5-2-2016 - Female feeding 3 chicks.
5-2-2016 - The 3rd chick has hatched. 4th egg looks like it is starting to hatch.
5-1-2016 - 2 chicks having dinner, 3rd egg hatching.
5-1-2016 - 3rd egg hatching.
5-1-2016 - The egg tooth can still be sen on the one chick beak.
5-1-2016 - Female feeding 2 newly hatched chicks
5-1-2016 - Waiting for female to move so we can get a pic of the first chick.
5-1-2016 - We have shells.
4-23-2016 - Still sitting on 4 eggs.
4-18-2016 - Female taking a nap while incubating the eggs.
3-30-2016 - The 4th egg was laid today!
3-29-2016 - Female sitting on the eggs.
3-28-2016 - The 3rd egg was laid last night.
3-25-2016 - The 2ng egg was laid this morning.
3-23-2016 - Female sitting on 1st egg.
3-23-2016 - First egg laid today.
2-27-2016 - Our unbanded female has returned to the nest box and displaced 33/U. 33/U is now at the Milwaukee County Power Plant site where she has nested the past two seasons.
2-1-2016 - There has been some activity at the nest box in the past few weeks. An adult Female: (b/r) 33/U,produced in 2012 at the EastlakePower Plant in Eastlake, OH has been visiting the nest site. She nested previously at the Wauwatosa: We Energies Milwaukee County Power Plant. Our male,(b/r) 84/R Lighting, has stayed at the nest site all winter.