Peregrine encounter

Watching our fastest raptor, the Peregrine Falcon, is always a privilege. They are the most splendid of birds.

For the past couple of years I’ve kept a watchful eye on a local breeding pair. It’s wonderful to see them back on the breeding ground again this season.

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Peregrine Falcon (male) – Newstead area, 4th August 2014.

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A sight to gladden the heart of any birdwatcher!

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The female on a level glide into the nest tree.

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Another close up view of the male Peregrine.

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The female is larger and of rustier colour underneath.

2 responses to “Peregrine encounter

  1. lynette amaterstein

    Great pics .Where did you see them Geoff ?

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