Watch falcons live
Birds of prey conservation
CoursesWant to learn more about animals and their environments? Why not look at the range of courses we offer, for all ages, at Nottingham Trent University?
Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
- 634,017 hits
Author Archives: grantntu
After several years of running a successful blog on the beloved peregrine falcons, we’ve decided that the time has come for a new chapter in the project which will involve us passing on the blogging mantle to our partners, the … Continue reading
Thank you for all the messages. Like so many of you, we are also very concerned for the young falcon chick, but please understand that we cannot intervene. We only ever access the nest for the annual ringing, which … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
The last couple of weeks have been exciting on the Newton building’s lofty ledge. We had a few days of drama as the 4th egg remained un-hatched. Thankfully the egg eventually did hatch and we were left with 4 healthy eyasses. … Continue reading
Persecution, followed by intensive farming practices and heavy pesticide use, caused a decline in the peregrine falcon in the 1960s. The species has since recovered and adapted to the changing environment by demonstrating an increased use of urban habitats. However, … Continue reading
What will this season bring for our peregrine family and those of us who choose to watch? Over the past few years, those of us involved with the Falconcam project here in Nottingham have come to expect one thing – … Continue reading