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Peregrine Cam

Peregrine Cam

Since 1981, NH Audubon conservation biologists and dedicated volunteers have worked tirelessly to advance Peregrine Falcon population recovery in New Hampshire. NH Audubon first became involved as organized releases of captive-bred falcons were ending and monitoring of wild-breeding pairs began. From a single cliff-nesting pair that fledged two chicks in Franconia Notch in 1981, to nearly 50 young fledged in 2023, NH Audubon observers have been there tracking Peregrines for more than four decades!

NH Audubon is pleased to provide live streaming video of the Peregrine Falcon nest at the Brady Sullivan Tower in Manchester, NH, with the support of our partners at Peregrine Networks and Brady Sullivan Properties.

Link to live streaming camera views

Read more about our Peregrine Falcon Monitoring and Management project.

Fixed view from Perch Cam and downtown Manchester skyline

Rotatable and zoomable PTZ Cam will show action day and night

Photos, from the top: Beginning birding class outing by Dyanna Smith, female Peregrine Falcon (Brady Sullivan Tower, Manchester, NH, March 2008) by Chris Martin.