SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --Look up in the sky above San Francisco and you may see birds that almost went extinct.
Two peregrine falcons recently hatched three peregrine falcon chicks atop of PG&E's San Francisco headquarters last month.
The baby birds were named Talon, Grace and Flash from entries submitted to PG&E.
Researcher also banded the young birds. Banding allows researchers to track this species which once was near extinction.
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