Following the successful ringing of the peregrine falcon chicks today, we’re pleased to inform you that we have three female birds in the nest.
For the fourth and smallest bird however – because it’s still so tiny – we’ve been unable to determine its gender. So we need you to come up with three female names and one unisex!
We’d like you, the FalconCam viewers, to email us or submit comments on this blog of your suggestions of names. We’ll pick the best ones and then put them to the polls for you to vote on.
The deadline for submissions is Friday 9am on Friday 23 May.
The three chicks were all ringed by professionals from Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, causing minimal distress to the birds. If you’d like to read more about bird ringing, read Erin McDaid’s previous blog: The Importance of Bird Ringing.