About Audubon's Bird Cams
Since 2012, Audubon and donors like you have given thousands of viewers a peek into the world of the Peregrine Falcon. Perched high above the streets of Providence, 30 floors up, they return each spring to raise their young atop of what is perhaps Providence's most recognizable building - the Industrial National Bank Building (often referred to as the Superman Building). The Providence Peregrine Falcon nesting box can be viewed live online due to Audubon's camera trained on these magnificent raptors. Pedestrians in the city have an occasional glimpse at these once-endangered falcons, but the unobtrusive nest cameras allow the public and schoolchildren throughout the state to have a close-up look at their day-to-day lives as eggs hatch and the fluffy-white fledglings grow each year.
In February 2020, we added the Common Raven Cam, allowing viewers to tune in to these interesting educational ambassadors located in Bristol, RI at the Nature Center and Aquarium. From playing in the snow to imitating Barred Owls and Wild Turkeys, these intelligent birds are constantly surprising Audubon with their antics.
Audubon's Bird Cams are free resources
connecting thousands of people to the wonders of nature each year!
Your gift keeps the cameras streaming. Thank you.