Unfortunately we are experiencing technical difficulties with the host computer that resides atop the Bank of the West building. We are working to ameliorate the problem as quickly as possible. We will begin streaming as soon as we are able.
As of today, we have confirmed that there are 4 eggs in the nest. Thanks to some of our keen eyed nest cam watchers, we were able to pinpoint via video the 4 eggs. Please see the video below.
Also, please keep in mind that the Fargo Falcon Cam is brought to you through the efforts of a group of volunteers and there is NOT someone watching the camera feed 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. We do our best to keep up to date with the events each season.
This is also important to remember when/if the camera feed goes down or we temporarily lose audio. The feed automatically restarts every 24 hours. Livestream has designed their software to restart the feed automatically after these restarts, but unfortunately that doesn't always happen. Again, we do our best to stay up to these outages and restart the stream manually as needed.
Today around 9:30 am, the second egg was laid. Despite blowing snow flurries and temperatures hovering near freezing, the egg has been laid and now the female falcon appears to be incubating both eggs. If she continues to incubate throughout the day, this will be an indication that she may be done laying eggs for the season. Watch the egg being laid below. Stay tuned for more information!