Winchester Cathedral Peregrines

Winchester Cathedral Peergrines

Peregrines have been nesting in one of Winchester Cathedral’s turrets for around eleven years and produced 4 chicks this breeding season. They have already reared 38 chicks together at the Cathedral and have entertained onlookers with raising, feeding and defending their young.

RSPB staff and volunteers are on hand at the Cathedral to help visitors use the binoculars and telescopes available to get a close up view of the birds flying and perching on the high pinnacles and turrets of the Cathedral.