Our peregrine family are busying themselves around campus and making quite a racket at the moment, although very tough to catch them on camera. Staff are reporting being deafened during classes in the teaching areas as the youngsters harass and learn from Beau and Swift.
On Tuesday evening one of the male youngsters and Rosie, the young female, were spotted sitting in the box, no doubt having finished off dinner which can still be seen as a large pile of flight feathers scattered across the view. We’ve also found remains of a crimson rosella and a feral pigeon below around the trees so the diet is varied.
Basic spotting will be undertaken over the Christmas/New Year break. Best wishes to all our viewers….