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Following the Falcons

Following the Falcons


3 Babies!

May 1, 2017

Three of the four falcon eggs hatched this weekend, and Charity and Mintaka have been busy feeding them and keeping them warm.

To get a good view of the baby falcons, watch the falcon cam early in the…

Following the Falcons


What is it About Falcons?

April 26, 2017

This is the “wait and see” phase of the falcon season – that 30 or so day period during incubation where we only see the falcons sit on the nest. And yet we tune in to the…

Following the Falcons


Sunny Days in Omaha

April 6, 2017

We Omahans are wondering, what’s that big bright orb in the sky?

It’s the sun! They say Omaha officially gets 214 days of sunshine a year (pales to Denver’s 245 but comes close to Austin’s 228), but these…

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4 Eggs in the Box!

March 31, 2017

We’re excited to see that Charity laid her fourth egg! The incubation period for Peregrine Falcons lasts approximately 34 days, so the eggs will be hatching before we know it.

Baby falcons are called eyasses. They are born…

Following the Falcons


It’s a Trio!

March 27, 2017

Charity laid her third egg on Sunday morning – and there’s still a strong possibility she will lay a fourth.

The falcons are looking after their nest more closely these days – and falcon fans are looking more…

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Two Eggs and Two Falcons

March 23, 2017

We have two eggs in the nest!

We’re seeing the falcons incubate the eggs more today – and we’ve seen both falcons in the nest, too. We had heard reports of falcons around the mid-town area of Omaha,…

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We Have an Egg!

March 20, 2017

Charity laid her first egg this morning!

Average clutch sizes for peregrine falcons are between three and four eggs, so watch for more eggs in the coming days.

Charity and Mintaka will incubate the eggs for about 30 days….

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Soon to Be Empty Nesters

June 22, 2016

Two of the female falcon chicks have left the nest box, and one is hanging out nearby. You can see mom keeping a close watch on her in the North Nest.

Even though the girls have left the…

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