Peregrine Falcon - Baltimore, Maryland

author: | Mar 9, 2020 | North America, Live cameras from nature | 10 comments

Peregrine Falcon - description

This nesting peregrine falcon is located high on the 33rd floor of the Transamerica skyscraper in downtown Baltimore, where the nesting couple God and Barb have successfully raised many young for several years.
This building first became a falcon's home in 1977 when the Peregrine Fund released a captive female falcon named Scarlett. In 1984 she successfully mated with a wild falcon and raised her first wild-born chick in 30 years in the urban east coast!

Chesapeake Conservancy is a nonprofit organization based in Annapolis, Maryland, dedicated to providing a healthier Chesapeake Bay River Basin where fish and wildlife thrive, enjoying healthy waters and abundant forests, wetlands, coasts and open spaces.
Conservancy works closely with the Chesapeake Bay National Service Service, the US Fish and Wildlife Bureau, as well as other federal, state and local agencies, private foundations and corporations to achieve protection.

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