Experience the WoodmenLife Tower peregrine falcons at FalconWatch. Watch these once-endangered, beautiful birds of prey interact, incubate and hatch their young on our five falcon cams.
Discover how peregrine falcons have called the WoodmenLife Tower in Downtown Omaha, Nebraska, home since 1988 and how, in that time, more than 50 falcon chicks have hatched here.
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Above falcon photo courtesy of Omaha World-Herald.
Unfortunately, the mortality rate of peregrine falcons in their first year is 59-70 percent, and …6/13/2017
The votes have been calculated and the results are in. The WoodmenLife falcon chicks have been na…6/9/2017
With four female falcons, what names would you give them? We really want to know! Submit your nam…5/19/2017
It’s the highly-anticipated falcon banding day! This is WoodmenLife’s 29th year of the falcon pro…5/19/2017
Falcons are survivors. Last night Omaha and the surrounding areas experienced a storm with 80 mph…5/17/2017
One week from today we’ll know the falcons’ genders and WoodmenLife will launch the naming contes…5/12/2017
Everyone knows that peregrine falcons are fast flyers. Peregrines are the speediest birds on the …5/5/2017
It looks like the fourth falcon egg hatched last night – this morning we spotted four heads tryin…5/2/2017
Three of the four falcon eggs hatched this weekend, and Charity and Mintaka have been busy feedin…5/1/2017
This is the “wait and see” phase of the falcon season – that 30 or so day period during incubatio…4/26/2017
In the 1950s, the peregrine falcon population plummeted. The species was placed on the endangered list as scientists bred peregrines in captivity and released them into wild areas.Read More