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Has A New Male Peregrine Taken Up Residence at Chichester Cathedral? (posted 25 April 2013)

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Has a New Male Peregrine taken up Residence at Chichester Cathedral?

Picture: New Male Peregrine Falcon (photo taken by David Shaw)
New Male Peregrine Falcon (photo taken by David Shaw)

For the past 12 years, Chichester Cathedral has been the territory of a male peregrine falcon and his mate, who have returned to nest there every spring.  During their time together, the pair successfully raised an impressive 42 chicks.

This year however sees a dramatic twist in the Chichester Cathedral peregrine story, as it is strongly believed that the female has a new man in her life.

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