High above the streets of Rochester, is a nest box occupied by two Peregrine Falcons. Nine cameras give you an up close and personal view into the fascinating world of these falcons as they raise their young and prepare them for life on their own. This past year, Rochester Falconcam celebrated its silver jubilee. The falconcam has been around for 25 years! Nova and Neander welcomed three young falcons this year. In honor of the silver anniversary they were named Sterling, Jubilee and Artemis, one male and two females respectively. Unfortunately, in August Artemis was discovered deceased on the roof of a downtown building. While Sterling and Jubilee have not been seen in the Rochester area recently, we hope that they are well and exploring the region.
Please contribute so we can continue to bring you all the excitement of Rochester's Peregrine Falcons.
A program of Genesee Valley Audubon Society, the Rfalconcam captures high quality photos and streams live video 24/7. Join thousands of students, parents, grandparents and neighbors as they enjoy watching Rfalconcam. Genesee Valley Audubon Society is dedicated to environmental stewardship, conservation of natural habitats and community outreach through education focusing on bird species found throughout the Genesee Valley in western New York State. Rfalconcam provides a means to educate the public about one of the world's most fascinating birds, the Peregrine falcon.
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