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In reply to SunnyKate2:
Thought I glimpsed two ... what do you see Kate?
In reply to WendyBartter:
Wendys vid almost certainly shows TWO laid much earlier. Yay!!Definitely Two this morning ( and no tweet onside bar)Dad just visited empty handed, so wonder if not long laid, and he is off to get her a present?
Forgot to say am sure you were correct in your vid.6 54
Yay!!! well spotted..
You know you wont get any recognition, as last year, like Nottingham, they want all the glory themselves.
But you know where you are appreciated.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
THIRD this morning
Dad sitting and Mum returns chirruping " Off I want my eggs back"
So cool, SunnyKate and Wendy!!! You wrote he loves to eggsit-allmost doesn`t want to give way to Mum Peregrine- that she even must bribe him with feed :-)) They really have character! Fantastic parents.
Great night videos and brilliant daytime photos, too.The eggs have a very pretty colour. And now already three of them!!! Good luck to the family. .
We got lots of Kestrels "housing" in churches and towers- but few Peregrines (will research if any at all) We got many Buzzards and Goshawks, even a few Sparrowhawks living in the boundaries of the City instead.
Peregrines are especially beautiful falcons-and when speeding down on their prey, the fastest animal on the planet -I learned when I was a kid.
Five Eggs according to tweet on right, she lifted but not enough for me to scrn grab doh!
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