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michael 2017-05-18, 17:40
What a dick head spencer is most birds of prey have been hunted close to extinction by man these birds have a place on this planet they have been here longer then us if we killed every thing that hunts for food we have nothing left. Spiders kill fly's lets kill em all see were this is going. Wake up
will Spencer 2017-05-17, 13:44
So glad to hear your tragic news. I bred 30 pigeons. Last year. 1 survived. What that just above a 2% survival rate. Even first world war fighter pilots lived longer many were saved by pigeons including my Grandad. Your breeding death. Disgraceful
Dave B 2015-06-09, 09:21
It looks like two of the three have left the nest early this morning.
colin 2015-03-27, 19:24
great watching have a look every day,our daughter and grandson are watchers now
Alan Manton 2015-03-12, 17:54
I have the feeling that today the 'Hubby' is not sure wot his partner really wants. he very often looks very puzzled about wot she's doin! But basically they both seem to be good pair. Any comments ?
Alan Manton 2015-03-10, 17:55
Could someone take a snapshot now, it\'s a very good close up
Alan Manton 2015-03-10, 17:51
How do I make a Snapshot? ! I have seen a few real good close ups of the Male bird but can't take snap. How do I do it ???
colin 2015-02-20, 15:19
great to watch never miss a day,watch until they fly,hope to get to the cathedral this year,keep up the good work.
P Tyler 2015-02-16, 17:39
Look forward to watching( and vi siting) cathedral . Each year NOrwich ,perigrines' nesting ,hatching chics,and fledging ,progress ,thank you .at trust and Cath.close .stunning ,we are.honour end to share their lives.
waterfall 2014-04-11, 13:42
am lucky to live close enough to hear these wonderful birds hunting early evening, after a poor start on their first union how great they go from strength to strength