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This site is dedicated to the Peregrine Falcons who decided to make their home and hunting grounds in Fulham and Barnes (as well as Hammersmith) in West London, UK.

 

The happy family this lunchtime. From left to right: Tom, Charlie and PF ... See MoreSee Less

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PF preening on the aerial above the ledge as the fog was lifting this mornin ... See MoreSee Less

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Early afternoon I found PF relaxing on the aerial above the ledge. Tom and Charlie were on the West Wing at that time, with a Pied Wagtail living dangerously flitting around them... Maybe, like the Pigeons, they've learned to 'read' them and can take a pretty good gamble. I suspect the prey remains attract insects which, in turn, are attracting the Pied Wagtails and the reward is worth the risk... ... See MoreSee Less

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While in the cemetery this morning I spotted a Peregrine on the ledge which I suspected to be PF but it had moved out of sight before I could get closer for confirmation. Shortly after I noticed Tom fly in, pick up prey and eating. While he was eating and then feaking I could hear PF call faintly so I suspected he probably was on top of the nest box, which I confirmed later on by checking the recordings. What the recording showed as well was that PF had arrived with the prey and eaten for a while before Tom. The clip I shared beforehand happened shortly after this. ... See MoreSee Less

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PF might be 7 months old now, a young adult by Peregrines standards, but it looks like he's still a kid at heart :) When I thought I'd seen everything! ... See MoreSee Less

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