Adult webcam captures
All was going very well as they were able to leave and enter the Nestbox to explore the rooftop and building ledge.They could be seen flapping and jumping, all to help strengthen their flight muscles for their first flight when they fledge from the nest.This is now a law enforcement issue which is being investigated by NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife. This marks the first year that 41/AX has produced her own healthy brood of three young.We are deeply saddened by this and will keep you all updated on the status of these majestic birds. The first hatched on 5/9 and then the remaining two hatched over the next 48 hours.Above you see two views: one from outside of the nestbox, and one from inside the nestbox.If you have any technical problems, please email Ben Wurst. All in all, this was a great year for the pair who nests here.This is the 19th season of 24/7 live streaming video, which is the oldest online streaming wildlife focused camera in New Jersey!
On June 18, BM/17 was found on the ground and was captured and transported to The Raptor Trust.On June 21, BM/13 was located and also taken to The Raptor Trust.Currently the one eyas (BM/18) remains near the nestbox/ledge.** For sound, please adjust the volume within the video player.** Welcome to the home of the Jersey City Falcon Cam – a popular webcam that has captured the annual life cycle of a pair of state endangered Peregrine falcons nesting on a Jersey City skyscraper.