- Tune in each spring for real-time live streaming video.
- Our peregrine falcon nesting boxes are just one more way we’re protecting the environment.
Update: June 8, 2021The male and female peregrine falcons nesting at Mill Creek Generating Station are proud new parents!...more
Update: June 8, 2021
The two peregrine falcon chicks have successfully fledged. Thank you to all viewers for tuning in this season.
The live stream is now disabled. Stay tuned for the 2022 season!
The two peregrine chicks at Mill Creek were not able to be banded this season due to their age and the risk of the chicks prematurely leaving the nest. Peregrine falcons typically learn to fly about 40-45 days after hatching. To date, 163 peregrine falcons have successfully fledged from LG&E and KU generating stations. Seven more will be added when this year’s chicks fledge from Mill Creek, Trimble County, and Ghent.
Like falcon cam? "Ewe" will love our sheep cam!
Say hello to our new roommates at our E.W. Brown solar facility! A flock of Shetland and Katahdin sheep from nearby Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill are hard at work keeping the vegetation in check at Kentucky’s largest universal solar facility, located in Mercer County.