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University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Peregrine Falcon 2018 information and webcam

Peregrine Falcons have been present on the UWM campus for several years frequently seen soaring above or perched on several of the high rise buildings on campus. In particular, much activity has been observed on the Engineering & Mathematical Sciences Building. In the fall of 2007, Greg Septon of the Peregrine Falcon Recovery Program, toured the EMS site and encouraged University officials and scientists to build and install a nest box at the site. Plans were drawn up for the box, UWM Physical Plant carpenters and other trades workers constructed and installed the nest box at a site chosen on the roof of the EMS building. Department Biological Sciences faculty and staff provide scientific observation and data reporting. Thomas Hansen from the WATER Institute, Monica Cloutier from UTIS and Thomas Schuck from Biological Sciences helped construct and maintain this web site.

Animal Care and Use Protocol number 17-18 #32

Past years nesting season records and photos

4-2-2018 – The 4th egg was laid today.

3-31-2018 – The 3rd egg was laid about 12:15pm today.

3-28-2018 Female sleeping while sitting on 2 eggs.

3-28-2018 – The 2nd egg was laid ~3:30am.

3-26-2018 – Female sitting with curled talons.

3-26-2018 – Male sitting with egg.

3-26-2018 – The first egg was laid last night at about 22:00hrs.

3-21-2018 – Male and female in the nest box.

3-16-2018 – Unbanded female in the nest box.

2-25-2018 – “Lighting” (b/r) 84/R sitting on the ledge of the nest box.