Peregrine falcons adjust to new home

Two Peregrine falcons are still getting acclimated to their new digs atop the 14 floor County-City Building.

Their old nest was removed from the nearby tower building because of construction and the DNR built Guinevere and Zephyr a new nest Monday.

Employees at the County-City Building who watched the nest will no longer be able to see it.

However, if the pair takes to their new home, workers may still be able to watch the falcons in action.

"There's talk of putting a camera up here somewhere and putting a monitor in the lobby so people can come in and see what the birds are doing," said building manager John Embrickson

According to Embrickson, they will have to watch and wait to see if the falcons move in.


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