Spring has sprung and Peregrine Falcons throughout the UK will soon be taking turns incubating their eggs. Our thoughts turn to June when the young take to the wing for the first time, probably the most vulnerable point in a Peregrine’s life. This is precisely the time when we hope to have volunteers on hand to help keep an eye on the fledglings to make sure they don’t get into difficulty.
We can’t be everywhere at once, so at sites like Quadrant House in Sutton we’re looking for local people to volunteer to help keep an eye on the birds. Let us know if you’re based in or near Sutton and think you’d be able to help.