Want to see Maryland’s wildlife in action? Great blue heron chicks are out of their shells on the Eastern Shore, and the Chesapeake Conservancy have cameras ready to capture it all.
D.C.’s bald eagles are the focus of a lot of anxious eyes as webcam watchers check in on the latest developments of the nesting pair and their young family. But there’s a lot more “reality TV” in bird land.
On Tuesday, the Chesapeake Conservancy launched a live feed of a webcam of a peregrine falcon nest located in downtown Baltimore.
Three Peregrine falcon chicks are nesting along the eastbound span of the Bay Bridge.
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