Norwich Peregrines Activity Log Back Dated for 8/5/18

7:20 Male brings in fresh kill and returns to the second crocket from the top to pluck and feed.

9:25 GA circles the spire.

10:00 GA broods the chicks.

10:05 Male on North side of spire, circles spire and flies down to the North East larder before settling on a south east turret.

10:15 Male leaves the turret flies round the spire and then goes into the box, GA subsequently departs it and the male feeds the chicks before brooding.

10:27 GA flew around and landed 3 crockets down on the left.

10:29 Male flew off.

10:32 GA returns to the nest and broods the chicks.

10:45 The male hops round the spire from the north west to the east, again 2 crockets down.

11:06 The male chases a gull to the west before returning to the spire, shortly after though he again flies although this time to the south east.

11:49 Male goes into the nest box briefly but leaves with no change, he returns to the spire on a south western turret.

12:19 The male flies round and lands 2 crockets down on the east.

12:29 He shifts position yet again, settling at the same elevation but now on the north face out of sight.

13:20 The male returns with food and for the second consecutive day the pair complete a food pass, having delivered this to his female the male enters the platform and broods whilst she eats at the finials.

13:35 GA having taken her own share drops down into the box with the food and feeds the chicks, this triggers the male to fly east.

13:45 GA takes the prey out of the platform having finished the feed, she deposits it in the larder before disappearing to the north east.

13:47 Spotting his chance the male returns to the nest and resumes the brooding.

14:52 Male perched on the edge of the platform for a while before circling the close and leaving the chicks unattended in the warm shade.

15:17 The male returns and resumes brooding.

15:47 The male flies east again, and this is where the book finished with the chicks unattended, although all are fine this morning so I imagine not for long.ted for 8/5/18

7:20 Male brings in fresh kill and returns to the second crocket from the top to pluck and feed.

9:25 GA circles the spire.

10:00 GA broods the chicks.

10:05 Male on North side of spire, circles spire and flies down to the North East larder before settling on a south east turret.

10:15 Male leaves the turret flies round the spire and then goes into the box, GA subsequently departs it and the male feeds the chicks before brooding.

10:27 GA flew around and landed 3 crockets down on the left.

10:29 Male flew off.

10:32 GA returns to the nest and broods the chicks.

10:45 The male hops round the spire from the north west to the east, again 2 crockets down.

11:06 The male chases a gull to the west before returning to the spire, shortly after though he again flies although this time to the south east.

11:49 Male goes into the nest box briefly but leaves with no change, he returns to the spire on a south western turret.

12:19 The male flies round and lands 2 crockets down on the east.

12:29 He shifts position yet again, settling at the same elevation but now on the north face out of sight.

13:20 The male returns with food and for the second consecutive day the pair complete a food pass, having delivered this to his female the male enters the platform and broods whilst she eats at the finials.

13:35 GA having taken her own share drops down into the box with the food and feeds the chicks, this triggers the male to fly east.

13:45 GA takes the prey out of the platform having finished the feed, she deposits it in the larder before disappearing to the north east.

13:47 Spotting his chance the male returns to the nest and resumes the brooding.

14:52 Male perched on the edge of the platform for a while before circling the close and leaving the chicks unattended in the warm shade.

15:17 The male returns and resumes brooding.

 

15:47 The male flies east again, and this is where the book finished with the chicks unattended, although all are fine this morning so I imagine not for long.

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