1 February 2023, 4:30pm
Today the National Aviary’s Falconcam began streaming the 2023 peregrine nesting season at the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning.
Ecco and Morela are already courting so if you’re lucky when you tune in you’ll see them bowing and touching beaks as they do in this video from February 2021. When they bow they make soft noises to each other. Morela’s voice is gravelly (she’s larger). Ecco’s voice is a whistle-squeak (He’s the small one.).
Click here and scroll down to watch the National Aviary Falconcam at the Cathedral of Learning.
It’s Peregrine Season!
p.s. If the Pitt peregrines are new to you, click here for a recap of the 2022 nesting season.
(photo and video from the National Aviary falconcam at Univ of Pittsburgh)
2 thoughts on “The Pitt Peregrine Falconcam Is Up!”
Please thank them on my behalf for turning on the falcon cam.
Any news about bald eagle activity in North Park this year?
What about the Gulf Tower cam?
Kurt, There is no Gulf Tower cam this year because peregrines have not nested there since 2017.
Right now I’m in Ecuador so I have no news about the North Park bald eagles.