Category Archives: Briess Falcon Cam

Baby Peregrine Falcons? Why…Eyass!

The baby Peregrine Falcons (aka eyasses) have hatched! Check out our live stream Falcon Cam for the big reveal of these little white fluffs of feathers. (The link is located at the top of the About Briess page.) If you’ve been following our social media posts on More]

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Falcon Update — Estimated Egg Hatch

Spring is here and so is a full clutch of four eggs! If you were watching the live stream Wednesday, April 3 between 8-8:30 a.m., you likely noticed the laying of the fourth egg at our Manitowoc, Wisconsin, nesting box. A viewer actually witnessed the Bird’s side of the Birds and the Bees last … [More]

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Return of the Peregrine Falcons – First Peeks!

Exciting News! The Falcons have returned to the top of our grain elevator at our Manitowoc location. The birds have been visiting on and off all winter but appear to be settling in now. When they first flew in and stayed for a while, one of the birds was staring directly into the camera for a … [More]

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Two Briess elevators are home to birds of prey

During a visit to our Briess Barley Operation in Ralston, WY, this past summer, I learned that Ralston is the second Briess operation that is home to a pair of nesting wild birds of prey.

For the past four years, a pair of Red-Tailed Hawks have nested and produced young from the top of a … [More]

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Local craft breweries assist with Peregrine Falcon Banding

June 1 was a very special day, as it marked the 20th banding of Peregrine Falcons produced at the Manitowoc Nest Site and the 5th banding hosted by Briess. To mark this momentous banding, we decided it was only fitting to raise a glass and toast to the success of the Peregrine Falcon Recovery … [More]

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