It’s the fourth consecutive year the Essity Paper Mill in Menasha is home to a pair of Peregrine Falcons. In 2014, Essity employees installed nesting boxes at the sire to attract American Peregrine Falcons. The falcons were listed endangered species from the early 1970’s until 1999. The birds only use the boxes during nesting season. In the fall of 2017, video cameras were installed in the two nesting boxes. Mill employees were able to view four falcons making claims to the netting boxes. Two eggs have recently hatched and Greg Septon from Peregrine Management and Research will band the babies and the Essity employees will submit name suggestions for them.