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Tuesday, May 06, 2008


Worcester's Glover's Needle (aka St Andrew's church spire - the spire is all that remains after the church was demolished in the 1940s) is now home to a pair of nesting Peregrine falcons.

glover's needle

So far two chicks have hatched, with mum and dad taking turns on the nest.

The webcam image below is from the City of Worcester's Peregrine Cam page.

The image is updated every 10 seconds (refresh manually here, or go to the webcam page for automatic refresh)..


Feeding time tonight:

peregrines feeding

peregrines feeding

peregrines feeding

peregrines feeding

Supper time, Wednesday May 7

peregrines feeding

Posted by Phil at 11:55 AM
Edited on: Wednesday, April 01, 2015 10:35 PM
Categories: Environment