SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Saturday is hatching day for Cal Berkeley's Peregrine falcon parents, "Annie" and "Grinnell," according to the university's website.
Last month, the proud Peregrine falcon mother laid four new eggs to her nest atop the university's Campanile.
This is the falcon parents' fifth breeding season on campus.
Up until recently, they were considered an endangered species.
The cameras were installed two years ago after a crowdfunding effort raised nearly $15,000.