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Peregrine falcons living in Fort Wayne expecting chicks

This image, taken by Indiana Michigan Power's "falcon cam" atop the One Summit Square building, shows three eggs that have been produced over the past week by Moxie and Jamie, a pair of peregrine falcons living on top of the building. (Courtesy photo)
This image, taken by Indiana Michigan Power's "falcon cam" atop the One Summit Square building, shows three eggs that have been produced over the past week by Moxie and Jamie, a pair of peregrine falcons living on top of the building. (Courtesy photo)

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Wednesday, March 27, 2013 12:01 am
Moxie and Jamie, two peregrine falcons living on top of the One Summit Square building in downtown Fort Wayne, are expecting chicks this spring.

The pair has produced three eggs over the past week, Indiana Michigan Power said in a news release. I&M offers an online "falcon cam" that updates an image of the falcons' nest every 15 seconds.

Moxie, a 2-year-old female, came to Fort Wayne from Canton, Ohio, while Jamie, a 3-year-old male, migrated from Port Sheldon, Mich. Both falcons lived at One Summit Square last year but did not reproduce, the news release said.

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