This year the prolonged period of wet and windy weather must have been very challenging for the young Peregrines as they left the nestbox and learnt to fly. One youngster is believed to have died in mid-June around the time of fledging. However, two of the three young (both male) fledged successfully at Sussex Heights this year. They have been learning to fly with their parents. They will soon have to learn how to catch their own food. You can find more info on the Peregrine Falcons page.
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