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The Cleveland Museum of Natural History sponsors a "falcon-cam", which monitors a breeding pair of Peregrine falcons. It's a very informative website, and very exciting to keep checking in to see eggs, then hatching, then to watch the little ones.

If anyone is interested:

http://www.falconcam-cmnh.org/news.php

There are sites around the country with similar programs. I keep an eye on the Cleveland site because we go to that museum.
 

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When I lived in KY they had cameras installed on top of one of the downtown buildings to monitor the peregrine falcons. Don't know if it's still there or not. Lots of time you would look and not see anything!
 
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