BALTIMORE (AP) — A new wildlife webcam will give viewers a chance to watch nesting peregrine falcons on a downtown Baltimore skyscraper.
The Chesapeake Conservancy said in an email on Tuesday that its webcam on the 33rd-floor ledge of the Transamerica building has gone online.READ MORE: $30K Reward Offered For Information In Efraim Gordon's Fatal Shooting
The webcam will show the activities of peregrine falcons, which have nested on urban buildings for decades. Peregrine falcons are believed to be the fastest birds in the world, traveling up to 200 mph during hunts.READ MORE: What Parents Need To Know About COVID Vaccines For Preteens, Teens As FDA Expected To Give Pfizer OK
The falcon cam can be viewed at http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/peregrine-falcon-webcam.MORE NEWS: Don't Bug Out About Cicadas: University of Md. Expert Answers Questions
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