Sheffield Peregrines : 2014
2 eggs now.
and 2 more adults have been seen in the area, Putting ‘our’ parents in an edgy mood.
(if you look at the feed, you’ll see the male(?) on the eggs, he’s very alert, usually he just looks half asleep)
that’s 4 adult peregrines now hanging the centre of Sheffield! Our pigeons must have a reputation for being tasty, slow, or both…Posted 3 years agopondoMember
I keep track of the Nottingham Trent ones (or did…) – the female popped an egg out last week so fired up the webcam in the morning, thought I’d keep an eye on it. Next morning, there’s an email from one of the IT bods –
“Today for the first time I can ever recall, Education topped the browse category for users. 159,251 hits (of 159,901 total hits) were done by you. You generated more hits than all the hits for all UK and Spanish users combined to Information technology sites! “
So I haven’t looked since. 🙁Posted 3 years agochambordMember
When did they hatch? Quick google suggests they stay in the nest for 6 (ish) weeks, but I’ve just had a look and they look quite grown up (Still a bit downy on the breast) – all perched on the edge of the box looking at the wonder that is Sheffield.
Pigeons of Sheffield better watch outPosted 3 years ago
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