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March 22, 2013Ameren, MO |  By: Lawson

MDC FalconCam

Ameren Missouri has teamed with the Missouri Department of Conservation and the World Bird Sanctuary to bring back the Falcon Cam.

Providing a live online view of peregrine falcons raising their chicks, the camera is stationed at a nesting box atop the Sioux Energy Center in St. Louis. Spokesperson for the Missouri Department of Conservation, Joe Jerek, says the Falcon Cam is a convenient and fascinating way for viewers to observe a recovering species.

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This year, viewers can compete to name the male falcon. Contest rules are available at world-bird-sanctuary-dot-org. Falcon Cam viewing is available online at or the MDC and World Bird Sanctuary websites. The camera will remain at the site until nesting is complete.