Falcons are nesting again at the Evanston Public Library, and once again the library has set up a live video feed so you can watch.

On a sheltered recess atop a pillar on the library’s third floor the birds — believed to be Nona and Squawker, the same pair that have nested at the library the last five years — have built a nest that now shelters four eggs.

If all goes well, the eggs are expected to hatch early next month.

You can monitor the action — what there is of it — here.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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  1. Yea

    The falcons need more mouths to feed. The falcons have only taken one pigeon from my yard this year. Normally they take about 6 each year. Time to step it up and and get ready to feed the young.

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