Norwich Cathedral Peregrine Activity Log- 16/06/2018

9.15 All three juveniles on the left hand turret, GA six crockets below the nest platform, male three crockets down from the top of the spire.

9.50 Light rain.

11.15 All peregrines in the same position.

11.17 Male flew West and GA flew East.

11.25 Male lands two crockets down from the top on the East.

11.38 Male circles the close and then flies at speed South east.

11.55 Male lands two crockets down from the top of the spire.

12.02 Male flew East.

12.40 GA lands on golden finials with freshly killed prey (pigeon) and plucks.

12.42 Male lands in the nest tray and picks around at prey debris.

12.45 Male flew off and lands on the left hand turret and feeds one Juvenile.

12.59 GA takes prey into the nest ledge, the juveniles squawk.

13.00 GA  takes prey to the left hand turret and leaves the prey with one juvenile. The two other juveniles emerge from the base of the right hand turret and flap their wings.

13.05 The left hand juvenile takes flight and lands on the North side of the bell tower. GA lands three crockets down from the top.

13.21 Both adults mob a gull.

13.22 The male returns to the nest platform, GA lands one crocket above the top window on the East side.

13.28 Male flew off.

13.44 Male is seen flying West.

14.03 Male is back on the nest ledge.

14.22 GA mobbed a gull, male flew East at speed.

14.27 One juvenile flew around the close with both the adults and landed two crockets down from the top of the spire on the right. GA lands one crocket above the top window. Juvenile flew down and landed on the bell tower.

14.31 Male on the right hand turret retrieving some cached prey.

14.53 One juvenile flew and landed on the left hand turret, GA flew off.

14.53 Male lands two crockets down from the top window and GA flew out from the North side of the spire.

14.57 Red arrows flyby.

15.05 Male mobbed a gull and flew off South.

15.17 GA lands three crockets down above nest ledge, male flyby

15.24 Male lands one crocket next to the top window, GA flew off.

15.38 Male flew and mobbed a gull.

15.43 One juvenile feeding on the left hand turret.

16.00 The male returns two crockets down from the top, Juveniles are still on the turrets and GA is flying.

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