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Peregrine Webcam Activated for Nesting Season

The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife's Peregrine Webcam has been activated for the 2012 nesting season.  Broadcasting from atop 101 Hudson St. in Jersey City since 2001, the webcam has chronicled the nesting activity of peregrine falcons in a nestbox installed the previous year (see Nestbox News at for this year's and previous years' accounts).

As of this morning (3/28) four eggs have been laid and incubation is beginning.  Follow the live action at and get details of the action in Nestbox News.

The Peregrine Project relies on public support. The Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ is a non-profit organization which supports the work of the division's Endangered and Nongame Species Program. To make a donation, go directly to their Donate Now Web site at .