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Old Monday 19th June 2017, 10:48   #1
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Hat-trick for Manchester peregrine pair with three chicks flying high (RSPB)

Excitement has been caused by some new arrivals in the city - the famous Manchester peregrine pair have successfully raised three chicks this year, and the public are being encouraged to visit the viewpoint to see them in action.

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