Peregrine Falcon Articles

Live Peregrine Falcon Cams Launch Today

The popular falcon cam atop the Radisson Hotel will go live today, live streaming a family of nesting peregrine falcons. The CBC Manitoba-led initiative is launching earlier than usual this year due to a mild spring, which has allowed for the falcons to return sooner...

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Falcons Return to Internet Spotlight with Four Babies

The popular peregrine falcons that Winnipeggers are used to seeing every season have returned. Princess and Ivy have taken to their familiar nesting grounds on the roof of the Radisson hotel. The last of their four babies were hatched Thursday -- much to the delight...

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Peregrine Falcon Cam Goes Live on Wednesday

The peregrine falcons living on a ledge at Winnipeg's Radisson Hotel have received an upgrade this season. The falcons will now have the luxury of being under a half-covered nest box with a built-in webcam. Last year, people from around the world logged on to see the...

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Falcons Leave an Empty Nest

By Sarah Klein The three peregrine falcon chicks who have been nesting on a ledge at the Radisson Hotel are now soaring the skies above Winnipeg. The first chick took flight early Saturday, followed by the second, with the third leaving the nest on Tuesday afternoon....

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Falcon Cam Passes 1 Million Hits

The Falcon Cam located on the Radisson Hotel in downtown Winnipeg has surpassed a million page views on the CBC website. Princess and Trey, a pair of peregrine falcons, have been nesting on a ledge of the hotel for the last few years. Viewers have been tuning in to...

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Dinner Time for Peregrine Chicks

Last night at around 6:30 p.m. I happened to be watching the Falcon Cam in downtown Winnipeg when I noticed the mother Peregrine fly away for a couple minutes. Upon her return she had a bird in her mouth, which she then proceeded to rip apart for her babies to eat....

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Peregrine Falcons Return to Spot Where Babies Drowned

By Sarah Klein Two peregrine falcons that nest each year on a ledge at Winnipeg's downtown Radisson Hotel have returned. Princess and Trey nested on the ledge last year, but unfortunately their three little chicks drowned in a heavy rainfall last June. (see video of...

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