At the beginning of May, four peregrine falcon chicks (Falco peregrinus) hatched at the Evanston Public Library, just north of here. There’s a 24-hour FalconCam that you can watch here, and there’s also a website detailing their activities. The parents, Nona and Squawker, seem to be the same ones who have nested there in previous years.
The chicks will be banded next Tuesday at 11 a.m. Chicago time; this will apparently be broadcast live.
Here’s a recent video of one of the parents feeding them.