As you can see from the previous photo I've been up to Wakefield to the Peregrines and what a place to view them.
The Cathedral is in a pedestrian area so you are not bothered by cars etc going past you.
The box layout is also different to Sheffield, instead of the box on the side of the church it is facing along the length of the building, and with their being seats along the side you can sit and great views of the birds.
First a close up of the box layout.
the first bird to appear was I think the male which is a 2014 chick from Sheffield so it is good to see him looking so well.
more to follow
My Flickr photos
Sadly it cloudy over for the next sequence so only record shots.
A brilliant bit of excitement as Mrs W (looking at the size difference) came flying in with breakfast being chased by two calling juveniles.
The first Juvenile won the race for breakfast and the second one had to break off and land right at the top of the spire...not a happy little Perrie.
Not sure if this is the same Juvenile
I think it wanted Dad to go get breakfast who was still sat half way up the spire minding his own business
Still not a happy Perrie if it is the same one now it's moved Dad.
Not even going to attempt to ID who is who in this lot LOL
just a few more to follow
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