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5/16/2017 6:08:00 AM
Falcons hatch in downtown South Bend
Maltese, the resident peregrine falcon atop the County-City Building in downtown South Bend, tends to the nest of her two recently hatched chicks. This photo of the city's webcam was taken Monday afternoon. Staff photo by Santiago Flores
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Maltese, the resident peregrine falcon atop the County-City Building in downtown South Bend, tends to the nest of her two recently hatched chicks. This photo of the city's webcam was taken Monday afternoon. Staff photo by Santiago Flores

Erin Blasko, South Bend Tribune Staff Writer

SOUTH BEND — At least three — and possibly four — peregrine falcon chicks have hatched atop the County-City Building.

Maltese, the mother bird, could be seen feeding the hatchlings on the city’s webcam (falcam.southbendin.gov) this afternoon.

This is Maltese’s first brood with Peace, a 2-year-old male from Macomb County, Mich., that arrived in the area sometime last month.

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