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By: Suzi59ny (offline) on Tuesday, April 25 2017 @ 06:43 PM EDT  
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4 Way live cam 4/24/17
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By: Suzi59ny (offline) on Tuesday, April 25 2017 @ 06:45 PM EDT  
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By: Suzi59ny (offline) on Tuesday, April 25 2017 @ 06:47 PM EDT  
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Hello Trying to get up to date as hopefully we will soon have hatchlings!! Todays 4 way live cam!
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By: beans (offline) on Friday, June 30 2017 @ 03:46 PM EDT  
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San Francisco Peregrine Falcon Cam





: vid: Don't touch my food!

June 30, 2017: Mom brings food to the nesting box, but one of the chicks (probably the male), grabs it and refuses to share with his two siblings.

On June 29, Glenn Stewart, Director of the Predatory Bird Research Group at UC Santa Cruz, attached bands to the three baby falcons. Approximately 25 days old, the one male and two females , hatched outside the 33rd floor of the 34-story Pacific Gas and Electric Building at 77 Beale Street.

Stewart and his team set up the current nesting box in 2007. Since then, about 35 baby peregrine falcons have taken their first flights from the building. Peregrine falcons were already nesting on nearby buildings as early as 1986.

San Francisco Peregrine Falcons
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https://www.pge.com/falconcam


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By: beans (offline) on Friday, July 07 2017 @ 08:15 PM EDT  
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Video Camera Young peregrine falcon shows us his pantolones

July 7, 2017: What beautiful pantolones you have! Siblings watch in silence. Roll eyes

On June 29, Glenn Stewart, Director of the Predatory Bird Research Group at UC Santa Cruz, attached bands to the three baby falcons. Approximately 25 days old, the one male and two females , hatched outside the 33rd floor of the 34-story Pacific Gas and Electric Building at 77 Beale Street.

Stewart and his team set up the current nesting box in 2007. Since then, about 35 baby peregrine falcons have taken their first flights from the building. Peregrine falcons were already nesting on nearby buildings as early as 1986.

San Francisco Peregrine Falcons
Predatory Bird Research Group
https://www.pge.com/falconcam


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