Chesapeake Conservancy offers Peregrine Falcon webcam

ANNAPOLIS — The Chesapeake Conservancy has announced the launch of its latest wildlife webcam featuring the famous peregrine falcons of downtown Baltimore.

Placed on the ledge of the 33rd floor of the Transamerica Skyscraper at 100 Light St. in downtown Baltimore, the live stream will bring viewers closer to those longtime Baltimore City residents who live near Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. for over 35 years. year.

The public can view the Peregrine Falcon webcam at https://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/falconcam.

The Chesapeake Conservancy Osprey Camera will also be available soon.

The osprey nesting platform was damaged in a recent winter storm and is being repaired.

For more information, visit www.ChesapeakeConservancy.org.

Found on every continent except Antarctica, peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus) are one of the most well-known conservation success stories and are considered the fastest bird in the world, traveling up to at 200 mph during hunts. These amazing birds have recovered from near eradication in eastern North America, now making many major cities and coastal regions their homes.

Editor’s note: This story was updated at 2:03 p.m. on February 11, 2022, to update the web link to the hawk webcam and add a link to the osprey webcam.

This article originally appeared on The Herald-Mail: Chesapeake Conservancy offers Peregrine Falcon webcam

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