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The male and female peregrine falcons nesting at Mill Creek Generating Station are proud new parents!

The young falcons will learn to fly about 40-45 days after hatching. The baby falcons will become more active as they grow older and their muscles and skeletal structure become stronger.

Stay tuned for more updates and keep watching for more activity!

In partnership with Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, LG&E and KU launched Kentucky's first live peregrine falcon web cam inside the falcon nest box in 2013. We encourage visitors to check back often and to visit the falcon milestones if they may have missed some of these more memorable moments.

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