WASHINGTON — The eagle cameras are off-the-charts popular, but bird lovers might want to stretch their wings a little and check out some other amazing bird cameras online.
The stars of the Chesapeake Conservancy’s wildlife webcams are back: the peregrine, the heron and the osprey.
The peregrine falcon
Jody Couser, a spokeswoman for the conservancy, said the peregrine falcon was on the brink of extinction due to DDT, a pesticide used in the 1970s.
“Conservationists, including those from the Peregrine Fund, worked very hard to bring the species back,” she said.
Couser said that in the ’70s, conservationists released a peregrine over the Chesapeake Bay.
“That peregrine flew off and landed on the 33rd floor of the Transamerica Building, which continues to…
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