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Farewell… but not goodbye!

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

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Another successful season ends

As this year’s peregrine falcons breeding season draws to a close, we’d like to say big thanks to all of you avid viewers for following the live camera again. With our four new chicks appearing to have now fledged the … Continue reading

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Time to name our baby falcons

It’s that time of year again where you get your chance to help name our latest flock of young falcons. A big thank you goes out to everyone who has helped put suggestions forward. After much deliberation at Falcon HQ … Continue reading

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Why we cannot intervene

  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

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A successful day of wildlife conservation

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

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Action stations

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

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Amazing knitted falcon from Pam Birley!

Here at NTU Falcons HQ we would like to express our thanks to avid Falcon Cam watcher Pam Birley. Not only has Pam been one of our most consistent and favourite posters on this blog, but she also has some … Continue reading

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