A pair of Peregrine Falcons nest high in the side of Derby Cathedral in England every spring. This quad view shows 3 separate camera angles.
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Peregrine Falcons first began nesting on Derby Cathedral in 2006 and have successfully raised chicks every year since. Most nesting activity is seen between March and early June, although adult peregrines do roost and feed in front of the cameras right through the year. Infra-red illumination ensures 24 hour coverage.
Three cameras and two separate webcam pages provide intimate and ever-changing views into the lives of the world's fastest living creature, plus great views looking north across the skies of Derby! Find out more, or discover what's happening right now on the Derby Cathedral Peregrine Project Blog.