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‘May the Fourth’ be with them: Video captures Mill Creek falcon banding event

Before flying for the first time to parts unknown — or even a galaxy far, far away — officials with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources prep four peregrine falcon chicks for their next adventure. Watch the video to see KDFWR ...read more

Look who’s back!

Diana, the famous peregrine falcon nesting at Mill Creek Station in southwest Louisville since 2006, has returned for this year’s nesting season and laid her first egg. Mill Creek Station’s resident peregrine falcon Diana has laid her first egg ...read more

Energy Zone exhibit engages and educates at state fair

Visit us at the LG&E and KU Energy Zone at the Kentucky State Fair.  ...read more

Peregrine Falcon close-up

For the first time, web cam viewers can experience first-hand what it’s like to tend to a peregrine falcon chick through the eyes of Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources Avian Biologist Kate Heyden. Wearing a mobile camera, Heyden ...read more

The return of the peregrine falcons

While record snow and frigid temperatures hit the region in early March, the extreme weather conditions didn’t faze the determined peregrine falcons who have made Mill Creek Generating Station in southwest Louisville home this nesting season.  ...read more

Mill Creek Falcon Cam

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 ...read more