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4th falcon egg found atop building

A fourth egg has been found in a peregrine falcon nest downtown, Indiana Michigan Power officials said Wednesday.

Moxie, a 2-year-old falcon, and her 3-year-old mate, Jamie, have made their home near the top of One Summit Square for the past year. On Tuesday, power company officials announced that Moxie had produced three eggs, the first falcon to do so since 2007 while living at the building.

Bird watchers can see what the falcons are up to by go to Indiana Michigan Power’s Falcon cam at www.aep.com/environment/falconcam.

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