Norwich Cathedral Peregrines Update – First Chick to Fledge & What to Expect

Norwich Cathedral Peregrines Press Release – 9 June 2016 At Norwich Cathedral our four peregrine juveniles have now reached that crucial point in their development where they will be fledging from the nest, with the chick ring numbered 43 being the first to take flight at 6.44am on Thursday 9th June.  Despite the ups and downs of… Continue Reading

A Call Out to all Budding Artists – Spaces Still Available on Sculthorpe Moors Trees & Charcoal Workshop

Trees & Charcoal Workshop with Bob Larking on 25 & 26 June Bob Larking MA invites you to join him for two days of “Field working” with sketchbooks and charcoal, to record trees, water, landscape and the timeless tranquillity of Sculthorpe Moor.  Bob, who is an experienced art tutor, has previously spent time out on… Continue Reading

Mike Nuttall’s Epic Bike Ride from Bath to Norwich following our GA Peregrines Route

On the late May Bank Holiday weekend saw one of the Hawk and Owl Trusts most highly valued volunteers who used to give his time to our Bath Peregrines Project, completing an EPIC 250 mile bike ride across the English countryside from the beautiful city of Bath up to the fine city of Norwich, which… Continue Reading

Norwich Cathedral Urban Peregrines Ringed on 16 May

With thanks to the BBC for producing this video of our chicks at Norwich Cathedral being ringed on 16th May.   Once they fledge, the rings will enable us to track their whereabouts and progress in and around Norwich and possibly further afield.  The details found on the orange rings on their legs are YY, 41, 42… Continue Reading

Peregrine Ringing in Cornwall

South West Peregrine are continuing their ringing programme all along the Cornish coastline again in 2016. Very few birds are likely to survive their first winter and the number of sightings of rung birds on the coastline is still small in comparison to the birds currently being monitored. Ringing at some sites can prove extremely… Continue Reading

Drama up in the Spire at Norwich Cathedral

Over the past few days there have been dramatic events happening at Norwich Cathedral with regards to an ‘intruder’, known as GA, being seen and causing disturbance to our nesting platform at Norwich Cathedral.  For the full press release and the Hawk and Owl Trust’s policy regarding this matter, please read below:  On Saturday 14th… Continue Reading

Avalon Marshes Unveils its Brand New Tower Hide

 This news post has been provided by the Hawk and Owl Trust North Somerset and Bristol Local Group “Back in December 2015 there was a successful crowd funding appeal to fund this lovely new hide that overlooks the Avalon Marshes on the Somerset Levels.  As Natural England is one of our key partners in the… Continue Reading

Norwich Cathedral Peregrine Season Continues with the Successful Hatching of all 4 Eggs

The story of this years Norwich Cathedral Peregrine season continues with the successful hatching of all four eggs into healthy chicks.  After between 35 to 36 days of incubation, which was taken in turns by the male and female, the chicks showed their first signs of hatching on Thursday 28 April.  Within 48 hours all four… Continue Reading