In Rochester, New York, the Kodak company built a nest box many years ago to accommodate a male and female falcon. They focused a camera on the box and every minute or so it took a picture and you could view it on the Internet. It was so exciting to watch as the eggs were laid and then hatched. I watched as the parents brought food and then the young ones fledged. (The scientist that monitor all of this also remove the eyas (chicks) and band them.
Mariah and Kaver are the current pair. Mariah has finished laying and has five eggs this year. The eggs are due to hatch soon. This would be a great time to keep an eye on them and watch their intimate behavior in the nest box.
Technology and experience has helped to upgrade the experience for both human and Peregrine. There are many camera views now and you get a new image every 30 seconds.
Kodak has launched a separate site for the FalconCam and you can either peek at the nest box or read up on the history and go through the pictures of last year. Take a look! Maybe you'll be there when the first chick breaks through the egg...