WATCH: Peregrine falcon chicks are fed at We Energies Oak Creek Power Plant

OAK CREEK (WITI) -- A We Energies spokeswoman tells FOX6 News four peregrine falcon chicks have arrived at the Oak Creek Power Plant nest box!

Video was captured on Tuesday morning, May 13th showing the baby falcons being fed.

This year, We Energies has added additional live streams at -- giving the public an inside look at four different peregrine falcon nesting sites.

We Energies will update its live video stream, depending on falcon activity, at power plants in Oak Creek, Pleasant Prairie, Wauwatosa and Port Washington. Activity at two other sites also can be viewed via hourly still photos.

The falcons have produced eggs at six sites -- including the Oak Creek Power Plant.

The first peregrine falcon chicks of the season hatched at the Oak Creek Power Plant on Mother's Day!

All four chicks have now arrived at that site.

We Energies officials say if all goes as expected, the peregrine falcon recovery program will reach a major milestone this year – more than 200 peregrines produced at We Energies facilities.

Here is information on the peregrine falcons nesting at the Oak Creek Power Plant:

Adult female: Eclipse (b/r) 67/H was produced in 2009 at the Rhodes State Office Tower in Columbus, Ohio. This is her fourth year at this site.

Adult male: Scott (b/g) M/Y, here for his ninth year, was produced in 2000 at the Malteurop complex (formerly Froedtert Malt complex) in West Milwaukee, Wis.

Eggs: 4 laid between April 2 – 9

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