Here is the male on top of the 446 Main Street building where he was for at least 2 hours today off an on.
He spent his entire time looking around scanning for potential threats.
You will see the female Peregrine Falcon perched on the upper left ledge of this picture. Look closely in the nest box and you will see one of the babies on the side nest box and the other tucked away to the right of the front nest box. Mamma was there at that same spot when I got there this morning and there when I left too. Based upon the falcons strong parental instinct, it will certainly be interesting to see how they react when the youngins get banded! To be continued as always.