Nassau University Medical Center welcomes pair of baby peregrine falcons

Adam and Eve each got an ID band today, allowing environmentalists to track the birds. Peregrine falcons are still listed as an endangered species.

One of the two baby peregrine falcon's born on a window ledge at Nassau University Medical Center three weeks ago.

One of the two baby peregrine falcon's born on a window ledge at Nassau University Medical Center three weeks ago. (5/7/13)

EAST MEADOW - Nassau University Medical Center (NUMC) has officially welcomed their newest additions - a pair of baby peregrine falcons.

The pair, named Adam and Eve, are 3 weeks old and were born on a 17th-floor window ledge.

Adam and Eve each got an ID band today, allowing environmentalists to track the birds. Peregrine falcons are still listed as an endangered species.

Almost 60 peregrine falcons have been born at NUMC in the past 16 years.

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