A contest to name the chicks began Friday. Less than a month ago, they hatched in their gravel nest box; now they are nearly full-sized and eating plenty of pigeon meat.
Gretchen Kell | UC Berkeley
UC Berkeley’s falcon family now counts 5: Annie, Lou and 3 chicks
Three downy peregrine falcon chicks have emerged from their eggshells in a nest atop the Campanile. The fourth egg is likely not viable.
2 UC Berkeley trees over age 150 were damaged in last week’s storms
At the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden, part of a redwood sheared off and flattened a buckeye.
It’s a 4-egg clutch for UC Berkeley peregrine falcons Annie and Lou
Lou is a “rock star,” both as a new mate for Annie and as a dad-to-be, Cal Falcons reports.
Rex, Lou, Hu or Tony? Pick the name of Annie the falcon’s new mate
Seven finalists have been chosen in a contest to name the new peregrine falcon at the top of UC Berkeley’s Campanile.
For Valentine’s Day, let’s name Annie the falcon’s chirpy new mate
Annie, the 9-year-old falcon atop UC Berkeley’s Campanile, lost her longtime mate Grinnell last year. His successor, Alden, is likely also gone. But plucky Annie’s found a third bird to love.
Drone operators warned to stay away from the falcons atop the Campanile
Annie, UC Berkeley’s longtime female peregrine falcon, is nearing her seventh breeding season.
Lindsay, one of two falcons hatched in May, is found dead
It appears she was attacked by a red-shouldered hawk; there is a hawk nest near where Lindsay was found.
Beloved falcon Grinnell found dead
“We are all deeply saddened to report that Grinnell was found dead in downtown Berkeley this afternoon.”
Update: UC Berkeley’s falcon chicks are hatching!
As of Saturday afternoon, two falcon chicks had hatched successfully. Watch the Cal Falcons live Q&A session and watch party, also held Saturday.
The 3 UC Berkeley peregrine falcon chicks now have names
California’s state flower and trees were the inspiration for the names of the chicks everybody — well, nearly everybody — loves to watch.
Triplets in the tower: UC Berkeley’s peregrine falcon chicks are here
With three fluffy chicks now in the sky-high nest, the couple who manage the Cal Falcon social project answer questions about what to expect next.