The Providence Peregrine Webcam

Updates from the nest box...

May 21, 2018 The new Providence Peregrine brood is officially banded! There are two males and two females this year. Keep viewing - within the next few days the chicks will begin to stand, walk and rest on their feet rather than tarsi (lower leg bone). Wing feathers can already be spotted – in a week or so the chicks will appear speckled as more and more feathers grow in.
May 1, 2018 All four eggs have hatched - welcome to the world, hatchlings! The incubation time was 33 days. Keep tuning in over the next month as they grow!
April 30, 2018 Hatched! Around 10 am we confirmed that one chick has hatched.
April 28, 2018 The webcam is back online - thank you for your patience!
April 23, 2018 Spring cleaning! Today we will head up to the top of the Superman building to clean off the webcam lens.
March 28, 2018 There are now four eggs! Peregrine Falcons incubate their eggs for 28 to 33 days. That means we should have hatchlings by the end of April.
March 27, 2018 The Providence Peregrine Webcam is live for viewing. There are three eggs now.
March 23, 2018 Audubon staff and Peter Green of Providence Raptors journeys up to the nest box. “Both of our banded adults (together for 3 years) have been displaced by an un-banded pair! So, disappointingly, we’ll never know where they came from. But, at least they are successful breeders – they already have 2 eggs."

Thank you to DaneTech, Inc. for donating time and equipment needed to repair the webcam this year!

Peter Green of Providence Raptors has created the breeding timeline below to help you keep track of who's who!