A little bit of bother getting access to this perch cam but all is well now & have just been tipped off by a very good friend that a Peregrine was on the perch
There is a separate cam for the nestbox which can be accessed by using the 'Switch Cameras' button on web page!
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2013 photos & vids here
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thanks Wendy, can't wait for all the Peregrine action from the webcams :)
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In reply to HAZY:
Some good views today, was very windy though
Ruffled underskirts galore! That was this morning , but a visit just now showed me this view
Do love the new outside/inside cams
In reply to WendyBartter:
Aww how fab! (now added to favourites) :)
In reply to LucyL:
We are very lucky to be able to view the following pics of Sheffield Peregrines from a different perspective! Alan (doggie) visited St.George's Church on 10th March & captured these great images & has very kindly allowed me to use these on here to share with all, thank you D!
Female on perch & Male on stonework
Copyright: Alan (doggie)
Many more to be seen here ... https://www.flickr.com/photos/doggie3132/16153096994/
This one flew to perch this evening just as I'd logged on, very washed out image & I can't tell for sure if M or F?
Very fortunate to be able to share with you the great captures which Doggie has shared with me with permission to post on here ..... mating pics from yesterday
Female then went to box
Looking good for eggs soon!
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This is looking hopeful, maybe an egg??
Just checked on Twitter & there is an egg under her, about an hour or so ago!
Mrs P just gone off on a break @ 16.15........ here be the first egg-shoot!!
Wonderful news today from this nest ...... second egg!!!
Mrs SUP has obligingly moved again to reveal her secret
Today's reveal of the eggs ... maybe another one tomorrow?
It's been a long, long time since I last posted on here but the good news is that the first of four eggs has hatched!!
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