Re: UC Berkeley Peregrine Falcons

Carolyn Arnold

Thank you Anne! The second egg appeared sometime this morning, I think just before 8 am!
The cam lets you go back up to 4 hours, and you can see the eggs at 8:00, 9:41, and 10:48, and 11:18.
It looks like dad came in soon after the egg was laid, and relieved mom for an hour to go feed.
Since then, it’s been mom sitting…

With a 29-33 incubation period, that means hatching sometime starting the week of April 15th..

On Mar 19, 2019, at 5:33 PM, Anne Krysiak <vakrysiak@...> wrote:

The Peregrine Family nesting on the Campanile has laid it's first egg of 2019.
You can watch the nestcam at
The outside camera is here:

Carolyn Arnold
(510) 590-1172 (cell)

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