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Offline Misty

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Re: Peregrine Falcons
« Reply #25 on: Sunday, 16 May, 2021 @ 11:23:24 »
Looked at the Norwich site just now and one of the chicks has died  :( the other 3 are thriving

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« Reply #26 on: Friday, 21 May, 2021 @ 18:55:54 »
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Meeting the Derby Cathedral peregrines

Working for Nature Trainee, Kayleigh Wright went along to help ring the Derby Cathedral peregrine chicks, here she is to tell us all about it....
https://www.derbyshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/blog/meeting-derby-cathedral-peregrines

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« Reply #27 on: Saturday, 05 June, 2021 @ 09:22:59 »
Remember those fluffy little white chicks, just a month ago?


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« Reply #28 on: Friday, 25 June, 2021 @ 19:16:56 »
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Peregrine nest raided in Upper Derwent Valley, Peak District

A nest with 3 young peregrines in it has been robbed in a remote part of the Peak District National Park on land owned by the Forestry Commission.
https://www.derbyshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/news/peregrine-nest-raided-upper-derwent-valley-peak-district

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Re: Peregrine Falcons
« Reply #29 on: Saturday, 26 March, 2022 @ 11:22:14 »
It's that time again and Spring has been in the air in Bath with parents sitting on eggs, can't tell how many yet :)
The Norwich nesting site is being used as a dining table at the moment but I've seen one of the birds there several times.

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« Reply #30 on: Saturday, 26 March, 2022 @ 14:08:50 »

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« Reply #31 on: Tuesday, 12 April, 2022 @ 19:51:00 »
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Wing and a preyer: Salisbury Cathedral’s star falcon flies nest to Guernsey

A young male peregrine falcon that hatched at Salisbury Cathedral two years ago and became an internet star during the early days of the first Covid lockdown has spread his wings and reached the island of Guernsey, more than 100 miles away.
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/apr/12/salisbury-cathedral-star-falcon-flies-nest-guernsey-osmund