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Electrician needed to help install peregrine nest camera on St John’s Church, Bath

Bath Urban Peregrine Project – Electrician/network cabling engineer urgently needed

Adult female feeding chicks. By Hamish Smith

Adult female feeding chicks. By Hamish Smith

As part of the preparation for the 2014 breeding season, the Bath & West Wiltshire Group of The Hawk and Owl Trust are hoping to update the camera installation in the peregrine nest box on St John’s Church, in central Bath.

It’s hoped that an updated camera can be installed before end February 2014 and to do that we need a willing volunteer to help with the electrical side of things.

The nest box is a long way up and to get there requires climbing up some steep narrow steps and one or two ladders, so a head for heights is a must!

For more information please contact Lin Murray on lin.murray@hawkandowl.org or call on 07881 657 944

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BBC Visit Bath Peregrine Project

BBC news programme ‘Points South West’ dropped by St John’s Church in Bath on Monday to speak to Hawk and Owl Trustee Mike Rogers and Peregrine Project team member Hamish Smith. The peregrine pair that have taken up residence in the nesting platform provided by the Hawk and Owl Trust have continued their successful runContinue Reading

Two healthy chicks for Bath Peregrines

Female just fed the two chicks; big juicy breast section. She then left the box with the remnants to cache. Male followed her begging but gave up the chase and returned to the church. I haven’t seen him bring any food in, and as she seems happy to leave the chicks unattended for 15 minsContinue Reading