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Norwich Cathedral Peregrine Falcon Nest Platform

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Norwich Cathedral Peregrine Falcon Nest Platform
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Diane
2013-03-27, 03:29
Amanda, her mate will bring in more food for her now she is sitting on eggs, means she has to leave less.
Amanda
2013-03-26, 13:22
Fascinating watching this. Does she leave the site often to get food?
Neal Pearson
2013-03-25, 13:33
I wonder if her nest tray could be a little deeper to give her more shelter from that bitter wind?
Eddie Mallet
2013-03-25, 10:52
Brilliant!!!!!I must get there & see if I came see them flying :)Many thanks for this webcam :)
Dave Culley
2013-03-24, 12:25
its quite normal for the eggs too be left at this stage,even though the female is covering the eggs incubation normally starts on the egg before the last is laid,and she will open her brood patch.Dave
viv
2013-03-24, 12:07
Is it usual for the eggs to be left uncovered? Just looked at webcam to see 2 eggs exposed...and it's very cold
Dave Culley
2013-03-24, 05:20
just hope the melting snow doesnt wet the nest too much in nottingham,lots of birds started nestbuilding here,some on eggs some halted building.collard dove chicks froze to death.Tawny owl eggs due to hatch anytime now but sheltered well so should be ok if the male can find food or it will be a disaster,owls live at .www.sparrowhawk-island.co.ukDave.
d j carder
2013-03-23, 13:49
don't know which peregrine is worse off, Nottingham with tons of snow on her or Norwich with the winds. Chichester and Wales peregrines look like they are not affected by the awful weather
Pam
2013-03-22, 07:07
This is amazing viewing, am now worried about the snow forecast tonight though, will they be ok?
Jools G
2013-03-22, 03:16
Please please can we see this on ipad?!
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