Peregrine falcon eggs hatch

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Soon there will be some new falcons flying over South Bend.

The Peregrine falcons that live on top of the County-City Building are parents once again.

According to video from the city's webcam, it looks like three of the four eggs have hatched.

Officials are keeping a close watch on the birds.

Zephyr, the male falcon, lost a leg last year, and some worry the chick won't get enough food to eat.

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