You can watch and listen to the falcons on the live nest box webcams at We Energies and Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) facilities during nesting season, typically February through July.
2020 early season | Nest report 2019 | Nest report archive
Oak Creek, Wisconsin
Port Washington, Wisconsin
Wisconsin Public Service
Green Bay, Wisconsin
We Energies and WPS have supported re-establishment of peregrine falcons in Wisconsin since the early 1990s. Since then, several hundred peregrine falcon chicks have been born, named and banded at our power plants and facilities in Wisconsin and Michigan. About 22% of peregrine falcons born in the wild in Wisconsin were hatched at We Energies and WPS facilities.
Peregrine falcons became endangered in the 1960s. Their decline was blamed on pesticides that weakened egg shells, leading to death before hatching. The falcons are drawn to tall structures along Lake Michigan or major rivers, which make many of the We Energies and WPS facilities ideal nesting sites.