In reply to Alan.:
Maybe a trick of light and covered by down
In reply to SunnyKate2:
That could be a different one Kate, one was sat on top of the box.
Before I started recording it was having a good old peck at that leg that's what made me notice a ring was missing.
It will be interesting to see what birds we see, I don't think we've seen the young female for ages now.
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Ah! so your vid did not tell the whole story CHOL:):)
Some facinating and interesting things we are able to observe with the web cams.Very grateful to all the hard work behind the scenes, thank you everyone involved.
and showing off it's balancing, before flying
Someone playing silly beggars again? Unless searching for missing Darvic ring! Lol
Only saw this cos I'm hot & over-excited at seeing the Hoggies!
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In reply to WendyBartter:
Think this one justarrived with prey, plenty of feather plucking...
08.00 flew off with it in a hurry CHOL:)
Well caught Kate
Lovely update pics Kate, sorry I missed that scenario!
Simply could not resist ...
David's sighting from yesterday
Sheffield University: Peregrine - 2 - imms on St George's at midday: ring PRA read on one and other imm also young male carrying orange ring on left leg but only final A read (presumably PTA).
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