Norwich Cathedral Spire has become home to new baby Peregrine Falcons, you can watch their progress 24 hours a day via live webcam
The peregrine falcons first appeared at the Cathedral in 2009 when a male peregrine took up residence on the Cathedral spire. A female peregrine falcon soon followed and the Hawk and Owl Trust, working in partnership with Norwich Cathedral, set up a nesting platform, along with two webcams, in February 2011.
The peregrines returned in 2012 and produced two healthy chicks, publicly named Grant (male) and Bobber (female). This was the first time in living memory that peregrine falcon chicks have fledged successfully at the Cathedral and learned to hunt.
The adult peregrine falcons have returned to Norwich Cathedral for 2013 and to date four eggs have been laid.
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