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Norwich Cathedral Peregrine Falcon Nest Platform

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Norwich Cathedral Peregrine Falcon Nest Platform
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Comments 11 to 20 (of 144)
harry
2014-02-04, 11:32
facebook sell users personal details to corporations and hand it over to NSA and GCHQ (privacy?) move along now, nothing to see here ...
Liz
2013-06-13, 07:13
Why do we have to log in to facebook to check on the video's I do not have a facebook profile not want one seems I am to miss out on the video clips???
ZELIA & PETER JONES
2013-06-11, 15:02
SO WONDERFUL TO SEE THE PARENTS LOOKING AFTER THESE LOVELY CHIKS.....
andy k
2013-06-10, 14:41
Now theyve gone watch ours in Sheffield http://efm.dept.shef.ac.uk/peregrine/index.html
Amanda.
2013-06-10, 08:20
I will be in Norwich this week, travelling from London. I hope to pass by the area and see if I can spot any flying. Will let you know.
Neil Arvess-Todd
2013-06-10, 07:47
So they're all flying freely now? I keep logging in and just find an empty nest. Guess I'll have to come to Norwich if I want to see any more of them!
Dave B
2013-06-09, 15:43
No worries Roy. I have myself felt great concern when I have not been able to see all the chicks, or when, in the early days, their parents seemed to desert them for ages. I\'ve also often found it difficult to identify just what food the parents have brought back, whether a small bird, mouse or rat. The fledging still have a long way to go and I sincerely hope all reach adulthood. They are most endearing birds!
viv
2013-06-09, 13:36
What an amazing few weeks..the speed the babies grew..the attentiveness of the parents...then the comedy/fright when they took their first flights (not always intentionally, I suspect),,and to raise 4 chicks!! Congratulations to all concerned with webcam, and following the chicks round Norwich. Thank you
roy gardner
2013-06-09, 12:11
Thanks to all that responded to my reports regarding my observation of a dead chick being returned to the nest,just thankful that I may have been wrong and all are well,thanks again.
Dave B
2013-06-09, 11:59
I believe Shayla is correct and Roy mistook a large pigeon or thrush for a small falcon. I\'ve checked local sources and there\'s no mention of a chick dying - see http://www.eveningnews24.co.uk/news/update_peregrine_chick_back_at_norwich_cathedral_after_roof_hopping_to_tombland_1_2228254
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