Article on peregrine falcons nesting on University grounds

AFTER a nesting platform was created for them more than two years ago, a pair of peregrine falcons at Sheffield University have become Yorkshire’s first urban breeding pair.

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Published in the Yorkshire post on Friday 18 May 2012

Also an article in the Star paper:

http://www.thestar.co.uk/community/peregrine-falcons-breed-at-former-sheffield-church-1-4560443

And also from Helen Hipperson: the SBSG website says they will be watching them there with telescopes on a couple of evenings this week, meet at main entrance to St George’s Church 1830 – 2000 May 22, or 1730 – 1900 May 24th.

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