Every spring, bird enthusiasts flock to their computers to watch the Audubon Society of Rhode Island's Peregrine Falcon camera, which is focused on a nest high atop the Providence skyline. The camera's video stream just came back online on Monday 3/28 and it shows four new eggs! Falcon eggs generally take about 4-5 weeks to hatch and they were laid around, so as I write this (4/28), we should have baby falcons hatching any day now!
Click here to see the live video stream of the falcons' nest.
photo: Audubon Society of RI