Mating Activity at Norwich Cathedral and Charing X gets an egg!

Thanks to vigilant photographer and Hawk and Owl Trust member Andy Thompson, we can confirm that the Norwich Cathedral peregrines have started mating.  Official sources give the time between mating and egg laying as about three weeks so not long now before the eggs should arrive – lets hope Mother Nature is kind!

The urban peregrine platform at Charing Cross Hospital already has an egg! Fantastic news.  We will keep in touch to see how the other projects get on

3 Responses to Mating Activity at Norwich Cathedral and Charing X gets an egg!

  1. Noticed yesterday (300413) that the female was calling for her mate very vocally in the afternoon. first chick was born early next day, She knew that the hatchling was coming perhaps?

  2. CXH have now got three eggs. Have noticed peregrine here sat for long time, is it possible ???? Is there??

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