On a very gusty afternoon the second chick fledged. The other male, 46, flew down to the green roof on the west side of the cathedral and stayed for several hours hopping around in the gulley at the bottom of the roof on the north side. Picture below.
In addition to this exciting news there was another visit to the cathedral from a male peregrine. This bird landed on the nest turret – it was thought to be youngster from a previous year.