One in Atlantic City hatched two young and one on the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge (where there is also a camera on the nest) hatched four young late last week.
This is the time of year when NJ Fish & Wildlife biologists and CWF staff are working to deploy a motion activated, remote "spy cam" at nests to read the leg bands of the adult birds as they enter and exit the nestbox.
She had three on April 3, so the fourth must have been laid on April 5.
They both have been sitting pretty tight, so it has been hard to catch a glimpse of the fourth egg, but one viewer posted a screenshot of all four eggs two days ago.
We believe the male was lost during the beginning of the nesting season and was replaced by another non-banded male.
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Then in 2017 she laid three eggs but only one hatched and successfully fledged. Time will tell but we hope to see a full clutch of four eggs.
Falcons lay in intervals of every other day, so egg #2 should be laid tomorrow, possibly in the evening.
The male will begin to catch more prey which he will deliver to the nest and his mate.We typically try to finish this monitoring before young hatch in late April/early May.The female, 41/AX has laid a full clutch of four eggs which are being incubated!Peregrines incubate for around 30 days, so hatch watch will begin during the first week of May.The female and male will take turns incubating with the female doing the majority of incubation.