On Sunday 17 January, six intrepid volunteers climbed up the Norwich Cathedral spire to clean out the Peregrines nest box home, to get it ready for the coming, new and exciting 2016 season. The day is told in a series of photos taken by Martin Lippiatt and screen grabs captured from the peregrines webcam. Here was what we got up too, so sit back, grab a cuppa, relax, and enjoy!
The Hawk and Owl Trust are delighted to announce the exciting new development of an educational Peregrine Outreach Programme to teach school children in local primary schools throughout Norwich about the Norwich Cathedral Peregrines. This project has been made possible by generous funding from the Norwich Town Close Estate Charity. Norwich Cathedral is a world renowned heritage site… Continue Reading
If you would like to meet like minded people who love birds as much as you do then we are looking for people to come and help volunteer with us at the Norwich Cathedral Peregrines Watch Point for the 2016 season. The watch point will be opening on Wednesday 23rd March 2016 and will run… Continue Reading