The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and the Biodiversity Research Institute are working to restore peregrine falcons to the state. There are currently 25 nesting pair. One pair set up housekeep on a bridge which gave the conservation organizations a chance to monitor the nesting activity on a webcam. They were also able to band the offspring because they knew the specific age of young peregrines. We went along on the banding project. If you would like to check out the peregrines on the BRI webcam, just click on the link.