One proud Peregrine – Cromer church! Their first egg, laid on Wednesday evening – photo courtesy of Chris Skipper via the NENBC installed cctv link – and ‘free to view’ in the church
After weeks of waiting, yesterday morning we got the news many local birders have been eagerly anticipating – the Cromer Peregrines have their first egg! Although this is a fantastic development for the Cromer Peregrine Project (CPP) we’re a long way from having a viable brood. Only time will tell. In other news, a different Wheatear was around The Warren yesterday afternoon, along with a Swallow, but there was no sign of the Ring Ouzels.
An early (by this year’s standard) Swallow hawking insects over The Warren
A new Wheatear investigating a Rabbit hole – Felbrigg Park