Rare peregrine falcon chicks are being protected by thousands of surfers watching the nest on a webcam.
The chicks and their mother are in a nesting box on the top of a building in Dayton, Ohio, and the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery website is letting surfers in on the action.
A Boonshoft spokesman said that the three week old chicks being raised by 'Snowball' and her mate 'Mercury' are providing a real-life nature programme.
The chicks can be seen nesting, feeding and even embarking on their first attempts at flight as they grow and learn the necessary skills.
Peregrine falcons are an endangered species in Ohio and a target for collectors, so it is handy that the chicks are in the public eye, at least during daylight, the spokesman said.
The site can be found here.
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