Of course our adult peregrines falcons are now seen so much more frequently in the webcams than they were even just a week or two ago.
Visitors to this blog are also staying around more it seems; our ranking on the Top 500 Birding Sites has slowly crept back from the mid 100s to around 80, and at the height of nesting activity last year we peaked at number six. (See icon on the lower left of this blog).
Of course our birds care nothing for all of this - the cycle of life turns once again. Last year four eggs were laid around 28th March (3rd April in 2007), with mating recorded on three occasions around 12th-13th March 2008. We hope watchers will contact us immediately if you do see any very special moments that we should be capturing for posterity. Follow this link if you want to see mating clips from 2008 or view any of our video clips on YouTube.