Here’s a sample:
A pair of peregrine falcons, the fastest bird in the sky and also a state endangered species, have returned to 101 Hudson St, to prepare for nesting season.
“It’s easy to lose sight of the extraordinary wildlife that’s all around Jersey City,” said David Wheeler, executive director of the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey.
For the 15th season, Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey (CWF) will be operating the popular Jersey City FalconCam — a webcam embedded atop the Jersey City skyscraper
The webcam captures the intimate moments of the falcon pair during its nesting season, which generally lasts from April to July.
A link to the cam site is here.
A link to the story is here.
(Stay tuned for the announcement of an exciting new joint project between CWD and the Meadowlands Commission.)