Kentucky Division of Fish and Wildlife http://wfpl.org en Look at Mill Creek's Peregrine Falcon Chicks! http://wfpl.org/post/look-mill-creeks-peregrine-falcon-chicks <p>The peregrine falcon chicks <a href="http://wfpl.org/post/lge-division-wildlife-launch-live-web-stream-peregrine-falcons-nesting-power-plant" target="_blank">that hatched in a nesting box at Louisville Gas and Electric’s Mill Creek power plant</a> are one step closer to leaving home.</p> Fri, 26 Apr 2013 19:22:37 +0000 Erica Peterson 5158 at http://wfpl.org Look at Mill Creek's Peregrine Falcon Chicks! LG&E, Division of Wildlife Launch Live Web Stream of Peregrine Falcons Nesting at Power Plant http://wfpl.org/post/lge-division-wildlife-launch-live-web-stream-peregrine-falcons-nesting-power-plant <p>Like watching live streamed videos of animals while you're at work? The Kentucky Division of Fish and Wildlife and Louisville Gas and Electric <a href="http://www.lge-ku.com/falcon/" target="_blank">have launched a webcam for the public to view </a>a pair of peregrine falcons which are nesting at LG&amp;E's Mill Creek power plant.</p><p>There's not a lot of action in the nesting box right now, but there are five eggs which are expected to hatch sometime this week. <a href="http://www.lge-ku.com/falcon/milestones.asp" target="_blank">Here are some archived videos.</a></p> Mon, 25 Mar 2013 13:49:38 +0000 Erica Peterson 4655 at http://wfpl.org LG&E, Division of Wildlife Launch Live Web Stream of Peregrine Falcons Nesting at Power Plant Give Your Christmas Tree a Second Life as a Fish Habitat http://wfpl.org/post/give-your-christmas-tree-second-life-fish-habitat <p>There are lots of ways to dispose of your Christmas tree this year. If you leave it on your curb and live in the Urban Services District, Metro Government will pick it up. If you bring it to one of several different locations, you can watch it be recycled into mulch. Or, you can drive it to one of 20 drop-off locations around the state and donate your tree to be used for a fish habitat.</p><p>Yes, a fish habitat.</p><p>The Kentucky Division of Fish and Wildlife is collecting the used trees to deposit in lakes. Joseph Zimmerman is an environmental biologist with the division.</p> Tue, 25 Dec 2012 20:00:00 +0000 Erica Peterson 3099 at http://wfpl.org Give Your Christmas Tree a Second Life as a Fish Habitat