Peregrine falcon chicks hatch at WPS power plants

GREEN BAY, Wis. - The peregrine falcon chicks at Wisconsin Public Service's power plants have started to hatch!

The first egg at the Pulliam Power Plant in Green Bay hatched Thursday morning, and a pair of chicks hatched at the Weston Power Plant in the Wausau area sometime between Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

There have now been 90 peregrine falcons that have hatched inside nesting boxes at the Pulliam and Weston power plants since 1996, WPS said.

You can see a live stream of the activity inside the Pulliam Power Plant nesting boxes here.

Watch the video of the eggs hatching above!



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