Falcons are living the high life on the roof of Trump Plaza5/18/2012
Folks move to the 40-story Trump Plaza New Rochelle just outside NYC to experience the "Trump lifestyle" without the big-city bustle. Two peregrine falcons, once rare in this area, have opted for the views there, building a nest on the structure's rooftop and waiting for their four eggs to hatch. There's some concern that the eggs may be damaged from water on the roof, so Trump's employees are considering building a nest box to help protect them. Not surprisingly (for Trump), staff is also considering installing a webcam to film the birds for human entertainment. "They want to be in Trump (Plaza)," says Vincent La Rocco, the building's chief engineer. "High-class falcons, I guess."
Would a webcam exploit the falcons or be good entertainment?