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Peregrine falcons showcased in DNR FalconCam now incubating eggs

A peregrine falcon in the shot of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources' FalconCam incubates eggs Saturday. Photo: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
A peregrine falcon in the shot of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources' FalconCam incubates eggs Saturday.

April 13, 2019 08:41 PM

Those with a penchant for peregrines can now watch a pair of falcons incubate their recently laid eggs thanks to the power of the the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources' FalconCam, a live wildlife stream that brings viewers into the falcons' nest. 

In a tweet Friday, the DNR announced the peregrine falcons nesting on top of the Bremer Bank Building in downtown St. Paul are now taking care of eggs. The mother is on egg duty as of Friday.

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