Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
The resident raptors at the utility’s North Omaha plant are preparing for more chicks this spring.
Revised plan, safety measures are keeping OPPD's plant workers healthy during pandemic.
One of the three offspring of the pair living at an OPPD power plant is still living at ‘home,’ and aggravating its mom.
A recent contest selected names for the three peregrine falcons hatched at an OPPD facility. Now, the young are learning how to fend for themselves.
A few brave souls banded and weighed the three peregrine falcon chicks over the Memorial Day weekend. Now OPPD needs your help naming them.
While humans deal with challenging times, for the resident falcons at North Omaha Station it's life as usual, with the possibility of new chicks on the way.
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