In reply to Alan.:
Thanks for confirmation D!
Just read about injured Woking Peregrine ... seems to have been more incidences this year!
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In reply to WendyBartter:
and MR? on perch this morning
@Wendy. yes certainly we have seen more reports of mishaps this year and I did post a few days ago re the Woking, Lovely to read that so many people prepared to watch and report.
Rochdale certainly on the move.CHOL:):)
In reply to SunnyKate2:
Yes Kate, the handsome Mr P regaining his favourite place!
Just posted on Tewksbury sad news!
Sad to hear about the Tewksbury chick Wendy
Last night was the Peregrine evening meeting in St George's where we found out that we have 1 female and 2 males this year.
I made sure I turned up earlier than needed so I could have a quite period to try and get some photos.
Mr P was on the perch as I arrived
after a short flight he landed back on the perch and then proceeded to try and bring a pellet up..it looks uncomfortable..
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After another fly around I managed to capture Mr P ? coming back
Mrs P then arrived
with a youngster in tow
and to finish with..
Mr P death stare
Well done Alan am sure you had a wonderful evening, and so pleased you managed some usual good shots and thought by now they should be used to, instead of giving you the death scare.
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