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Watch peregrine falcons live tending to their eggs in Warren

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A camera atop the Campbell Ewald building in Warren captured this image of a peregrine falcon tending to eggs. A camera atop the Campbell Ewald building in Warren captured this image of a peregrine falcon tending to eggs.
WARREN, Mich. (WJBK) -

In Warren, a pair of adult peregrine falcons are tending to their nest and three eggs due to hatch later this month.

A camera is giving the world a live view of the falcons as they are perched on the roof of the Campbell Ewald building.

The birds have been calling the building home dating back to at least 2004.

If you would like to keep track of the falcon's new family, visit http://new.livestream.com/cefalcons/cefalcons.

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