All appears to be going well. Both adults are continuing to share their duties in incubating the eggs. Peregrines have a long incubation period of about a month (Robins & Blackbirds, for example, incubate for less than 2 weeks). With the 4th egg laid on 27th March, 3 days earlier than last year, excitement will be mounting in just over another week as we approach possible hatching dates. It's worth watching the behaviour of the adults since this tends to change as hatching approaches.
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