As of Saturday afternoon, two falcon chicks had hatched successfully. Watch the Cal Falcons live Q&A session and watch party, also held Saturday.
This is Annie and Grinnell’s fifth breeding season at the top of the Campanile. They’ve raised 10 chicks so far.
Now is a great time to get outside and do some birdwatching along our shorelines. Here is what to look for and where.
This is the falcons’ fifth breeding season at the top of the Campanile. There will likely be three more eggs laid over the next several days.
Nature played it both ways in 2020. Devastating wildfires were distressing, but the great outdoors also provided a balm for the anxieties wrought by a challenging year.
California’s state flower and trees were the inspiration for the names of the chicks everybody — well, nearly everybody — loves to watch.
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.
Two chicks hatched Saturday and one on Sunday. The fourth egg broke and was unviable. Follow the action live on the webcams.
Annie and Grinnell are back nesting on top of UC Berkeley’s Campanile. Follow the action by webcam.
The peregrine falcons that have made their nest atop Cal’s Campanile for the past three years are back — and they have laid three eggs so far.
Photographer Chris Polydoroff has been following — and documenting — a pack of five or six coyotes in Tilden Park.
Over 250 bird lovers fanned out through Berkeley, Oakland and adjacent cities on Sunday as part of the count, the longest-running community science initiative in the world.