Peregrine Falcon Web Camera


The four peregrine falcon chicks hatched this spring at Ameren Missouri's Sioux Energy Center have left the nest and the webcam has been turned off until next year. The falcon parents will continue to care for the chicks for about six weeks after fledging until the young raptors have fully developed their flight skills and can capture their own food. Find out more about peregrine falcons.

This camera is made possible by a partnership among the following sponsors.

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Peregrine Falcon with her egg

Falcon Camera Education Material

Use the falcon web cam and related education materials to open Missouri students' eyes to the lives of peregrine falcons, the fastest animals on earth.

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Falcon Camera Questions

Browse the World Bird Sanctuary's answers to common questions about the family of peregrine falcons you can watch via our nest-box web camera at Ameren Missouri every spring from March to June.

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