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Offline Misty

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Re: Peregrine Falcon webcam on Norwich Cathedral
« Reply #75 on: Tuesday, 03 May, 2016 @ 15:26:54 »
Great picture.
Looks like little one in the middle is being squeezed away from food

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Re: Peregrine Falcon webcam on Norwich Cathedral
« Reply #76 on: Tuesday, 03 May, 2016 @ 17:04:51 »
Well timed pic, Tony!  :btu:

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Re: Peregrine Falcon webcam on Norwich Cathedral
« Reply #77 on: Wednesday, 04 May, 2016 @ 12:37:33 »


Not easy to see, but there are four chicks this year

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Re: Peregrine Falcon webcam on Norwich Cathedral
« Reply #78 on: Thursday, 05 May, 2016 @ 11:36:33 »

                              Definitely four chicks

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Re: Peregrine Falcon webcam on Norwich Cathedral
« Reply #79 on: Friday, 27 May, 2016 @ 10:15:11 »


Three weeks on....

There are still four chicks, one of them still smaller than the others.
Dad's doing the feeding now because mum got chased off, apparently (Forum)

Was good to see dad noticeably favouring the smaller chick at breakfast time
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Re: Peregrine Falcon webcam on Norwich Cathedral
« Reply #80 on: Friday, 21 April, 2017 @ 12:57:08 »
They're back!!

The female who was annoying the nesting pair last year has got her man (shall we call her Jolene?)
She's sharing incubation duties with poor old dad from last year
There were four eggs, but now there's only three

Norwich Cathedral Peregrine Watch


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Re: Peregrine Falcon webcam on Norwich Cathedral
« Reply #81 on: Saturday, 22 April, 2017 @ 22:25:39 »
They're back!!

The female who was annoying the nesting pair last year has got her man (shall we call her Jolene?)
She's sharing incubation duties with poor old dad from last year
There were four eggs, but now there's only three

Norwich Cathedral Peregrine Watch

Thanks Tony - one of the highlights of the year!   :btu:   

Not much going on at the moment though.  Bird lying on eggs, breathing.

Tony


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Re: Peregrine Falcon webcam on Norwich Cathedral
« Reply #82 on: Friday, 28 April, 2017 @ 08:36:55 »
On the same site there is a camera on the Bath peregrines, has a good view of the nest with one chick already hatched. Apparently same parents as last year with a year old son helping with incubation duties and babysitting his little sibling. Nature is wonderful  :)