Wilmington Peregrine Falcon Webcam

TheWilmington Peregrine Falcon Webcam Project is a collaborative effort of the DOS, DuPont's Clear into the FutureCitigroup, Inc.,  United States Fish & Wildlife Service, Delaware's DNREC and the Buccini-Pollin Group.

 

LIVE WEBCAM FEED (if there is no falcon, please be patient...this image updates continuously):
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A great deal of effort has gone into creating this webcam system, and we are being rewarded with some fascinating and stunning imagery!  Also visit the sister website of the Wilmington Falcon webcam, where you can view beautiful images of these magnificent birds, current happenings and learn more about them.  Created and maintained by photographer Kim Steininger.

[gallery of notable past photos]

 

Fifth hatch . . .

Overnight

Third and fourth hatches . . .

between nightfall last night and daybreak this morning.

First two hatches

The first overnight or this morning before 6:30 am  EDT, the second this morning not long before 9:30 am EDT.

Sixth egg. . .

arrived this morning.  The tiercel is pretty big for a male but he has trouble covering the clutch.  Yikes.

Fifth egg

Around 10:20 am Wednesday, March 12.  

Breeding peregrine falcons

Third egg Sat. March 8; fourth egg Mon. March 10.

eggs!!!

We have two eggs so far!!!  One was laid early Monday morning and the second sometime around 1:00 this afternoon!