DelDOT Traffic Web Cam Catches Falcon Having A Snack
The South Pylon DelDOT Traffic Web Cam On The Charles W Cullen Bridge Has A New Attraction, A Peregrine Falcon.
About a month ago David Silvera was checking out the delDOT traffic web cam on the Charles W Cullen Bridge south pylon. There are four cameras around the bridge, two of them on the pylons. On the same day I was looking at my truck on the beach while surf fishing. I could see us from the north pylon DelDOT traffic cam. Dave was watching a peregrine falcon just sitting there on the south pylon in the camera view.
The falcon has been randomly hanging out on this vantage point for a while now. Yesterday for Chris Driscoll, the view got a little more “real,” the peregrine falcon decided to have lunch in front of the camera. It ate a small bird it caught and you could literally watch the entire meal. This morning there is just some blood spots left behind.
You never know what you are going to see on the DelDOT bridge cameras. Not just weather and traffic conditions, but now the occasional show. You can access the DelDOT traffic cameras on your computer or via the DelDOt App in the google playstore. Look for the south tower web cam to check in on any wildlife, there aren’t any specific show times.