How did you get on with our spot-the-bird challenge?
Here are the answers to where the four birds are. Once again, our thanks to local photographer, John Salloway, for his pictures. (Apologies for ther difficulty in laying images and text close together. You can see the original quiz photo here)
One juvenile on lower ledge of tower, very close to tree branches.
One juvenile bird on front left edge of nave roof.
Male - in small alcove right at the top of the bell tower window. What looks like a nest is actually years and years of pigeon poo which has built up into a huge pile.
Female on top right "gargoyle"
Having done that, would anyone like to try out a peregrine hat to colour, cut out and wear?
It's still under development, but if you email me at email@example.com I'll add you to an email list and send you a more detailed pdf file to print onto A3 card than the jpeg you see here.
Or you can print to A4, then photocopy to A3. As a pdf file it's untested, so I'd welcome feedback on how it works out - and you could even email us photos of it being worn around the globe! British Columbia, Hong Kong and Derby - now, that would be good!