Boh and Barb, peregrine falcons and stars of the Chesapeake Conservancy’s falcon webcam, just hatched three peregrine falcon eggs on top of the Transamerica Tower.
You’ve got just a few weeks to watch them through the 24-hour webcam. “Within two months’ time they’ll fledge from the nest and go out and find their own place to reproduce the story,” Joel Dunn, of the Chesapeake Conservancy, told WJZ.
The falcons bring attention not only to the Conservancy; but also to the Transamerica Corporation. Their “colleagues in the Netherlands and of course Spain, and different parts of Europe and Asia” are reportedly tuning in.
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