LIVE & ONLINE. The nest box is clean and tidy and the camera is in place. Male and female are both around. The female has been preparing the nest box.
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|It is nineteen years since Peregrines first nested
below the spire and in that time they have
raised over well over 40 young. The project is funded jointly by Chichester Cathedral, David Shaw Wildlife and the Sussex Ornithological Society.
|An extremely fast and agile Falcon, reaching speeds in excess of 140mph. A wingspan of 34 to 58cm. They lay up to 6 eggs, which hatch after 29 to 33 days. The chicks fledge after 35 to 42 days.
|Bill Oddie - Tweet Of The Day
BBC Earth - Peregrine @180mph
BBC Inside Story - Pigeon v Peregrine
BBC Animal Camera - Peregrine & Goshawk