There are now three eggs in the Peregrine falcon nest high stop the One Capitol Center building in downtown Boise; you can watch on the Falconcam here. There could still be one or even two more to come. The Peregrine Fund says both parents will be sitting on the eggs at times over the next few days; occasionally, the eggs will appear to be left alone for short periods of time, “But even when the adults are out of camera range, you can rest assured that at least one is always nearby to protect the nest.”
Betsy Z. Russell covers Idaho news from The Spokesman-Review's bureau in Boise.
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