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June 25, 2019

Norwich Cathedral Peregrines Activity Log 25/06/2019

Another day at the watch point, with lots of…
June 24, 2019

Norwich Cathedral Peregrines Activity Log 24/06/2019

Today was a quiet and humid day at the watch…

Norwich Cathedral Peregrine Activity Log- 23/06/19

Jun 23, 2019
A busy day at the watchpoint and the Bishops garden lots of visitors and plenty of…

Bath Peregrines News Feed

June 11, 2019

Bath Peregrines - Live Feed

The live feed from the nest box camera at St…
May 28, 2019

Flight Capable Juveniles at Bath

A check today has confirmed that all three of the…

Empty Nest at Bath

May 27, 2019
TW has left the nest at last. She went to the roof of the nest box at 09:08 this morning…

Juvenile TX is Back in Bath

Female TX, which left the nest box backwards on 18 May having ‘won’ a tug o’ war over a piece of food, was returned to the box today. In the interim, she has been in the tender care of The International Centre for Birds of Prey, whose excellent work has brought her to full fitness for release.

Although uninjured, the decision was taken not to return TX on 18 May as there was a high probability that the disturbance could have caused other eyasses to leave the nest early. TX appears to have been accepted readily back into the fold today by parents and siblings alike.

This is another excellent result on the part of Jemima Parry-Jones and her team at Newent. We cannot thank ICBP enough for the sterling support, in the forms of advice, rehabilitation and pre-release conditioning which they have provided over the years, and continue to provide to Bath Peregrines.