For the falcon to lay a week earlier than last year is probably as much as we can expect of her - so hopefully something will have materialised by 29th?
Meanwhile Grantham has its first egg and Chichester has four.
Update 22 March: Notts now have four eggs and Norwich Cathedral has one (access via Camscape.com I think) and Bath too (since 21st).
Ps. Our bid to the lottery (HLF) was being decided today but the date has now been put forward to mid April when we stand a better chance apparently.
No eggs yet for Derby's peregrines, although nearby Nottingham have already laid three eggs on the side of their university building.
There's so much happening behind the scenes, we barely know where to start. At the moment you'll see no difference, though we have some great plans and hopes for good news from our application to the Heritage Lottery for additional funding to support our work. We'll tell you more about it during that long, dark tea-time of the soul (a.k.a incubation).
|Nest scrape with tiercel 20th March.|
|The tiercel as seen by our other webcamera|