Here is the new 2022 thread.
For 2021 thread click HERE
First egg 27/3
Here is a view from camera 2, which looks over the parapet and the town in the distance.
It shows that the female doesn't go too far from the nest with an egg laid. something we never saw before
© Chichester Peregrines/Carnyx wild
Per the blog, there are now three eggs with number three laid during a camera outage. See link below. Ian chichesterperegrinesblog.co.uk/
In reply to Ian S:
I saw the shell on the nest but couldnt see if it was whole or broken. I was thinking she may have lost an egg, I couldn't look closer while on phone.
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