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The first Bath Peregrines egg of the season was laid on Friday (13/3/20).

Hamish Smith- Bath Urban Peregrine Project Officer has been keeping a close eye on their activity.

His most recent update on the pair:

"The falcon has been spending a lot of time in the nest over the past three days, and pleasingly the recent, urgent repair work to the lightning conductor has clearly had no impact on her bonding to the nest. 

After spending a solid twelve hours in the nest box overnight 12/13 March, and then paying another seven visits during the morning, the Bath Peregrines falcon laid the first egg of the 2020 breeding season at 13:47 on Friday 13 March  She normally lays four eggs at 53 to 58 hour intervals, so watch this space.

Here the falcon takes a break from keeping the first egg ‘ticking over’, and Tiercel AA throws himself wholeheartedly into guard duty…"



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