Peregrine Falcons can be observed nesting on the top of the Talcony Palmyra Bridge from late March through early June.
Because peregrine falcons are an endangered species in New Jersey, biologists with NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife's Endangered and Non-game Species Program promote falcon nesting in our state.
In 1990, the Burlington County Bridge Commission staff built and installed a nest box atop the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, at the point where the bridge arch begins to slope toward Pennsylvania.
Peregrines have been successfully nesting in the box since 2008.
Thanks to video cameras focused on the peregrine falcon box, web visitors have a birds-eye view!