VIDEO | Final falcon eggs hatch at WPS plants

In this still frame taken from video, a peregrine falcon feeds her chicks in a nesting box at the Pulliam Power Plant in Green Bay May 11, 2017. (Image courtesy Wisconsin Public Service)

(WLUK) -- Peregrine falcon eggs at two Wisconsin Public Service power plants have all hatched.

WPS says the final two of four total eggs at the Pulliam Power Plant in Green Bay hatched Thursday night. At the Weston Power Plant near Wausau, the fourth egg hatched overnight. WPS released videos of the hatchings at both plants.

The eggs were laid in nesting boxes at the plants.

WPS says 94 eggs have hatched at its plants since 1996.

You can watch a live stream of the falcon nests at WPS' website. The feed rotates between the two power plants.

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