Live: Watch Pittsburgh's peregrine falcons

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Peregrine falcons have nested in Downtown Pittsburgh since 1991, according to PixController, Inc. They currently make their home at the Gulf Tower on Grant Street.

With this live camera, you can watch them as they come and go high above Pittsburgh.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the Peregrine Falcon as an endangered species in 1972.

The Peregrine species recovered and was removed from the federal list in 1999 but is still listed by the Pennsylvania Game Commission as an endangered species.

Editor’s note: This video stream and any advertising therein are controlled by PixController and WildEarth, which are graciously providing free access to the Post-Gazette and an international audience.


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