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A multitude of peregrine falcons have called Pitt’s Cathedral of Learning home since 2001 and they have been livestreamed since about 2007. Morela, distinguished by her peachy breast and face coloring, laid four eggs with Ecco, the first being born on St. Patrick’s Day, and the last being born on March 24.

‘Peregrine falcon landlord’: Cathedral of Learning’s avian tenants

By Millicent Watt, Senior Staff Writer April 19, 2021
A multitude of peregrine falcons have called Pitt’s Cathedral of Learning home since 2001, and they have been livestreamed since about 2007. While many of the falcons are revered by the Pitt community, even after their death, one falcon has been unforgettable — and not for a good reason.
A new female peregrine falcon arrived at the Cathedral nesting site earlier this fall.

Cathedral falcon nest gets a new matriarch

By Emily Wolfe, News Editor October 20, 2019
A new female arrived at the Cathedral earlier this fall and appears to have since driven Hope off for the foreseeable future.
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