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Four Peregrine Eggs Laid On Chichester Cathedral (posted 4 April 2012)

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Four Peregrine Eggs Laid on Chichester Cathedral...

Picture: Fledgling Chick
Cathedral Peregrine

The famous pair of Chichester Cathedral Peregrine Falcons have produced four eggs, and visitors to the Cathedral are now able to watch live footage and edited highlights from the nest as she incubates her eggs before their much anticipated hatching in late April.

The RSPB's project officer, Molly Dailide, said: "It's fantastic that peregrines are once again nesting on Chichester Cathedral, it is one of the most successful monitored nests in the UK.  We believe the female is on 4 eggs, the same as last year, the last of which was laid on 23 March.

Free entry.  All are welcome.


End of March - eggs laid
April - camera switched on
13 April - project opens to the public (currently located in the garden of the Cloisters Café)
Mid to end April - eggs hatch usually over 1 -3 days
Last week of May - chicks are ringed
2nd/3rd week in June - chicks fledge and leave nest

Click here for further information and to to view live webcam link to the nest box

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