George and Gracie, the two peregrine falcons that used to live on the 33rd floor ledge of the PG&E building and even had their own webcam, have moved to a perilous nest located under the Bay Bridge. If their young hatch there they must certainly will die because the high winds under the bridge will blow the young birds into the water or onto the Embarcadero roadway to be flattened. Instead, scientists will climb to the nest on Friday to retrieve the eggs so that they may hatch at UC Santa Cruz.

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