Mrs P breaks her own record of 4 minutes with a new one of 2 minutes 30 seconds from leaving to bringing back prey, sadly it is still alive and you can see her break its neck.
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In reply to Alan:
Alan. said:Unedited video
on Perch since dark 06 30ish. with no rush for breakfast
Still there 06.50
Missed this arrival now 07.27
or was himself picking over yesterdays
In reply to SunnyKate2:
He watched her flyby and then as she came into land ,he ran into the box,She was empty handed and decides to pick old bones.
he just flown 07.53,she flew 07.55
Lovely To See Ongoing relationship..07.10
"what did I say"
Well, Kate, on the Kington Peregrine thread, MC suggested that the female had been giving the male a shopping list--lol!
Kind regards, Ann
In reply to Gardenbirder:
Saw that Ann,
but this more, "why take the humpf! ! one minute your all lovey dovey, and then whoosh " CHOL:):)
I always love that expression when the one left behind is so bemused.
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