I think the time setting is 6 hours slow. Sorry third word of previous post should read PAGE
D.P.A. 2012-06-17, 05:47
This web oage has been wonderful in general. What I found confusing initially was the fact that comments were still on there from 2011. Incidentally I've only just discovered the posts on this page usually going to Forum. Looking forward to next years coverage.
JOHN CLARKE 2012-06-12, 12:18
this is a wonderful webcam, we can,t be away from it long,well done to all who made it possible thanks to all concerned
Colin Eve 2012-06-12, 08:10
Just saw the third chick either fly or fall off, hope he's ok.
I just discovered the site. Last night (around midnight Eastern Time)I saw one of the two birds either fly or fall off. Fly off I hope!
David Hall 2012-06-12, 06:23
The juvenile male flew this morning. Would anyone like to be kept in touch with the Norwich Cathedral peregrines after they leave the nest platform and disappear from our screens?Because of the enormous worldwide interest the Hawk and Owl Trust has decided to give everyone a chance to stay in touch with these birds until the next breeding season by offering a free electronic newsletter every few months. That way the peregrine family need not drop off your radar until the next spring.To sign up go to http://www.hawkandowl.org/TrustAtWork/Conservation/Urbanperegrines/NorPerENews12
Pat Ward 2012-06-12, 03:08
It is wonderful to have been able to watch the nest, we don`t want it to end, it is sad one has died.
margaret 2012-06-12, 03:01
its been fantastic to watch this footage thanks to all concerned
sean 2012-06-10, 12:18
Its looks as if the smaller chick is dead it did not look well over the last 24 hrs the remaining 2 look well and don't think it will be long before they leave the nest