Category Archives: Norwich Peregrines

Peregrines at Norwich Cathedral lay Second Egg of 2013

Press Release – Norwich Cathedral Peregrine update Despite snow and howling winds Norwich Cathedral Peregrines lay second egg of 2013 The peregrine falcons using the Norwich Cathedral nesting platform, installed by wild bird of prey conservation charity the Hawk and Owl Trust, have laid their second egg. It appeared at about 04.55 on morning of…Continue Reading

Grant Makes an Appearance at Strumpshaw Fen

2012 Norwich Cathedral Peregrine chick ‘Grant’ spotted at Strumpshaw Fen. 2012 Norwich Cathedral Peregrine chick ‘Grant’ was spotted at Strumpshaw Fen by one of  Norwich Cathedral Peregrine Project Observation Point volunteers. They called HOT to let us know that they had spotted ‘Grant’ – the male of the two successfully fledged chicks hunting over Strumpshaw…Continue Reading

Norwich Cathedral Site Readied for Spring

Cathedral Site Readied for Spring Stuart Horth of Norfolk’s Fire Fighters volunteered to help former High Sheriff of Norfolk Georgina Holloway and volunteers from the Hawk and Owl Trust to scale the ladders inside the spire of Norwich Cathedral last week. The Hawk and Owl Trust volunteers were carrying out maintenance and cleaning the peregrine…Continue Reading

Meet Grant and Bobber

Norwich Peregrine Chicks are Named Norwich’s celebrity peregrine falcon chicks, which flew for the first time this week, have been named. The names were announced on Radio Norfolk, following hundreds of suggestions submitted by the public; the female is called Bobber and the male Grant. A third chick, which failed to survive, was also named,…Continue Reading

Norwich Peregrine Chicks Ringed

ID for Youngsters on Cathedral Spire Nest Platform 21 May 2012 | The three peregrine chicks at the Hawk and Owl Trust’s nest platform on Norwich Cathedral spire have had unique rings fitted so the individuals can be identified in future when they are free flying. Two, one female and one male, were also fitted…Continue Reading

Peregrines and Tawny Owls Star on Webcams

Watch the 2012 breeding season Peregrines and tawny owls are the stars of webcams installed by the Hawk and Owl Trust so that visitors to its website can view the nesting behaviour of these beautiful birds of prey. One webcam gives the spectacular view of the peregrine platform installed by the Trust on the spire…Continue Reading

New Norwich Peregrine Nestcam

Video Camera Installed 75 Metres up Norwich Cathedral Spire The Hawk and Owl Trust have installed new cameras next to the peregrine nesting platform high on the spire of Norwich Cathedral. The new cameras should give stunning views of the pair of peregrines which have taken up residence at the Cathedral. Staff and volunteers from…Continue Reading