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The most amazing piece of post arrived today. It seems that year one pupils at Brookside Primary School in Loughborough have been following our falcon family very closely indeed. They have sent us a beautiful seven page letter containing a … Continue reading
As you are no doubt aware, there has been a huge swell of interest on this blog about the possible naming of our surviving peregrine chick. The chick has become an unwitting star since all three of its siblings sadly … Continue reading
The arrival of the peregrine chicks, or ‘eyasses’, certainly created a stir once again amongst the staff and students here at Nottingham Trent University’s Brackenhurst Campus in Southwell. As the highs and lows were streamed live into the reception area … Continue reading
With live images of life in the peregrine nest being beamed live into our homes and offices via the internet it is all too easy to forget just how privileged we are to be seeing such wonderful birds of prey … Continue reading
Over at Nottingham Trent University’s Brackenhurst campus we’ve been viewing the peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus) with much interest since last month’s launch. We have been able to watch on the screen in the reception of our Bramley building, which has … Continue reading
The cameras have been live for almost a week now and our peregrine falcons are once again finding themselves in the media spotlight. In the first few days of launching the webcam the birds were featured on both radio and … Continue reading