Adults with webcams
South Loop In 2016, we had a new female (Bob, and yes, her name is Bob) paired with the unbanded Mr. With the camera on early, we have already been able to identify the adults for this year.
In the past, photographers from the UK "camped" out for the breeding season documenting everything from eggs, to young to fledging.
Their images graced the pages of Audubon magazine (print and online versions), delighting folks around the world.
One of Illinois' most popular nest sites, the Evanston Peregrines have quite a following.
Devoted Peregrine watchers follow this pair faithfully throughout the season from egg laying through the ever nerve-racking fledging season.
The building is undergoing renovations, but the adults have been present on the nest ledge.
Once the renovations are complete, the Peregrines will have improved ledge conditions for future nesting.Altitude: 10,895 feet Updates: Every 10 minutes The view from the Guiseppe's restaurant (Lift 9) looking west towards the iconic 14,023 foot Wilson Peak.In the foreground is Telluride Ski Resort's Bald Mountain hike-to, Prospect Bowl and Polar Queen areas.The camera was new in 2016 and through it we caught sight of a raccoon in the nest box which stole the single egg laid.While the Peregrines did not renest in the box last year, this past February a bird was seen in the box.Please Note: Illinois Peregrine webcams are active April - July.