Coronation Day - CPP blog Saturday 6th May 2023
Cromer Peregrines blog – Saturday 6th May 2023
0501 hrs the chicks were fed
0633 hrs our two chicks are sleeping
0650 hrs feed time again
1212 hrs the chicks are being fed
1250 hrs our watchpoint opened for the afternoon
1255 hrs the female was on the nest box with the 2 chicks, no sign of the male at this time
1308 hrs the males is seen by the watchpoint to fly in and land on the East side Fleur De Lis before landing on the roof of the church tower
1315 hrs the male is on the South East pinnacle out of sight of the watchpoint
1405 hrs the male flew around the tower then landed out of sigh on the South East pinnacle
1421 hrs the male landed on the ledge and flew off carrying something (presumably cached prey)
1428 hrs the female flew around the tower and landed on one of the pinnacles out of view of the watchpoint
1435 hrs one of the adults flew around the tower then landed out of sigh on the South East pinnacle
At about 1510 hrs the rain arrived and the watchpoint closed for the day having engaged with an impressive 82 visitors in just over 2 hours!
Thanks to Chris, Mick, Bev, Jane & Richard C for their blogging and watchpoint duties today.