Bell Tower Peregrine Camera


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Want to know what's happening with the falcons? Click a date below!

May 4, 2021

Another egg has been spotted at Bell Tower! This peregrine pair have been diligently brooding the 4 eggs.

April 23, 2021

Spring has arrived, and so have a peregrine pair...and not only 1 egg, but 3! We are happy to see the pair was able to settle and start nesting early in the season. Stay tuned to see how many eggs the pair will lay.

Seasonal Summary: 2020

The unidentified peregrine pair at Bell Tower were ahead of the pack again this year! Two eggs were laid at the end of April. Since they were so good at brooding, we didn’t notice that there were four eggs in total until they all hatched in early June. After the biologists banded the four chicks in July, they moved the two females to the Pembina release site to increase their chances of survival.

Species at Risk

Although the peregrine falcon and the ferruginous hawk get a lot of attention because they are obviously excessively cool, there are many other interesting species that are considered to be Species at Risk. Why not learn about them? For example, the greater sage grouse is a very unique looking upland bird and there are very few left in Alberta. Also check out some of the bat conservation initiatives in Alberta.

Want to see more? Check out these Species at Risk Conservation Stories, or find more Species at Risk publications and resources.

Looking for more? Check out the Ferruginous Hawks!