The RSPB are keeping an eye on the goings-on inside the nest via the camera, and have seen eggs!  Yesterday, three eggs had already been laid, the fourth will probably follow in the next day or two.  This explains why activity around the cathedral has been a lot quieter over the last few days – since Wednesday, mum has been out of sight for long periods of time, leaving dad alone to watch the skies for unwelcome visitors.  Courting is over, now it’s down to business!

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The life of the famous Chichester Peregrines that live on the cathedral spire.
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