Peregrine Falcon

by Paul Southall on 21st March 2018
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It is estimated that Peregrine Falcon breeding pairs have doubled in numbers in England since 2002. This success is particularly down to lowland birds that are using man-made structures to nest upon. This bird was using an electric pylon on the farm to look out for its next meal.

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