I asked and here's what Chris said about the reason the chicks didn't hatch:
In this instance, I believe snow or rain in mid-April. They were incubating on 31 March and 7 April on a ledge that has failed before in a past year due to flooding. I had climber Mike Thompson rappel to this ledge on Thursday but he found no eggs. And no defensive peregrines either. However, enough time has elapsed that a scavenging raven could have carried any/all abandoned eggs away.
Chris Martin, Senior Biologist, Conservation Department
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