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@HARSavesLives on Twitter / Humane Animal Rescue

Four peregrine falcon chicks have been removed from a nest at the top of a Third Avenue building in downtown Pittsburgh.

They arrived Tuesday at the Humane Animal Rescue Wildlife Center, according to the group, where the chicks were examined and banded with trackers.

Courtesy of Kate St. John / Outside My Window

A family of peregrine falcons have enjoyed high-rise living in Pittsburgh since 1991, when a pair set up house in the Gulf Tower. The peregrines have moved around in the decades since, and now their new landlord isn't too happy with their tenancy.

National Aviary

The National Aviary has launched a new nest cam trained on two African penguin eggs expected to hatch later this month.