By Mellany Armstrong 7:24am, April 30, 2013 - Updated 8:39am, April 30, 2013We've all been looking forward to spring, and the weather hasn't really been cooperating, but there's a sure sign of spring happening on the ledge of a building in Wilmington.
You can see another generation of baby peregrine falcons in their nest by way of the Wilmington Peregrine Falcon webcam project.
The three fluffy white chicks you can see hatched between April 16 and April 19, so they are about two weeks old.
This morning you can see the chicks huddled together and a little while ago the mother was feeding them.
Fledging should take place in the last week in May. You can see the chicks on the webcam by clicking here.
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