The project FalconsforEveryone, follows the peregrine falcons that hatch their eggs every year on the St. Michael's, St. Gudula Cathedral, the town hall of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre and in the St. Jacob church in Uccle.. Through the various livestreams available, you can follow the pairs and watch the young peregrine falcons grow up. The website was commissioned by the Royal Museum of Natural Sciences.
Encima is responsible for hosting and maintaining the website.
In 2017, encima revamped this website. In addition to making the site responsive, a clear interactive map was added and the layout was completely redesigned. We provided the Royal Museum of Natural Sciences with a new CMS.
Encima designed a responsive website that works optimally on any mobile device. The design adapts automatically so that the navigation, layout, photos and buttons come through nicely on every screen, both on a fixed PC and on a cell phone or tablet.
Via the livestream link you can follow from the hatching of the eggs to the fledging of the young peregrine falcons. The live stream gets a lot of media attention every April, resulting in a spike in visitors. We made sure the site could handle the high load so everyone could enjoy the live stream.
Use the interactive map to consult the peregrine falcon breeding sites in Brussels.
The website also has an informational and didactic section. You can gain a wealth of knowledge about peregrine falcons there.