Thanks for posting my photos to your blog. Others will be happy to know that the 4th eyass is still alive.
I went downtown this morning around 8:30 – 9:15 am, and I saw two eyasses and an adult Peregrine Falcon. There appeared to be two eyasses on the roof on the 9th street side near the southeast corner; one eyass was flapping its wings. There was also one adult (I couldn’t tell if it was the male or the female) on the back of the building on the Grove St. side on the 11th floor ledge. I didn’t see the eyass on the 14th floor at all. At first I thought I saw it near the nest box, but when I walked farther back, I could see that it was only a vent on the angled wall behind and to the right of the nest box. I took photos but the sun was too bright, and I can’t really see the eyasses in them. I looked around at neighboring buildings on all sides but I didn’t see any other falcons.
Happy falcon watching!