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The Peregrine Falcon is back


davidbailie Plus
12 452 7 United Kingdom
31 May 2014 10:49AM
The one there is lying well bunched up on the ledge - moved only once in ten minutes -if its cold why is it not in the nest - either very unhappy or unwell ?

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gaelldew 8 318 United Kingdom
31 May 2014 11:37AM
Last time I looked late last night they were all bunched up lying on the ledge, the one there now is lively enough flapping its wings the preening itself, below the picture they are asking people to vote on the names but only three females, funny.
davidbailie Plus
12 452 7 United Kingdom
31 May 2014 1:45PM
Ok Had a look - he's either fallen off or done a bunk - the latter I suspect as I understand his mate has gone - I wish them well!
tomcat Plus
9 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
31 May 2014 8:45PM

Quote:they are asking people to vote on the names but only three females, funny.


They have already decided to name the male Frank, in honour of a groundsman who is retiring
gaelldew 8 318 United Kingdom
31 May 2014 8:49PM
All four there at the moment, oh and Tomcat I saw that on the blog later on.
tomcat Plus
9 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2014 10:52AM
All four on the ledge at the moment, with one of the adults ripping a pigeon to bits
gaelldew 8 318 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2014 10:55PM
Had a look the other day and just when I had the video cam on one came and landed on the ledge, so they are still around the nest.

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