On Sunday April 4, 2021, Louise surprised all of us with a fifth egg. Typically, an average clutch size for a peregrine falcon is 3-4 eggs.

She has been incubating her eggs with the help of Brian since the begining of this month. If you are watching the Nest Cam, you may see them changing places, exchanging food, and rolling the eggs to ensure their heat is distrubuted evenly.

Incubation can be up to 33 days, but on average between 29-32 days. We should see the eggs begin to hatch in the beginning of May.