This live falcon cam sits on a cliff face near La Crescent, Minnesota, overlooking Lock & Dam #7 on the Mississippi River.
Just outside a cave on California’s remote Anacapa Island lives a family of peregrine falcons.
This live cam sits high on the 33rd floor of the Transamerica skyscraper in downtown Baltimore, where peregrine falcon couple Boh & Barb have nested for years, successfully raising many broods above the bustling skyline.
Welcome to a cliff-face near La Crescent, Minnesota, overlooking the Mississippi River.
The Raptor Resource Project is a non-profit 501c3 dedicated to preserving and strengthening raptor populations, expanding participation in raptor conservation, and educating people around the world about raptors and their habitats.
Students will observe and understand similarities and differences between Bald eagles and Peregrine falcons and summarize their findings in an organized way or via a classroom presentation.
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