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Old Friday 22nd March 2013, 14:54   #1
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Norwich Cathedral Peregrine Cam

The live webcam stream for the Norwich Cathedral Peregrines is available here. The first egg was spotted on Thursday 21st March.

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Old Monday 25th March 2013, 15:37   #2
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A second egg was observed on Sunday 24th March.
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Reports today that two of the four eggs have now hatched. The other two are expected to do so shortly.

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Now at least three chicks
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Fourth chick now hatched. There is a video of the female eating the egg shell.

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An update on the Peregrines yesterday said that all four chicks have grown so much that they are due to be ringed this week. They will stop the live feed while this is taking place so as not to alarm casual viewers. The live stream appears to be off at the moment and the 60 second stills update is not working either, so it will be interesting to see if the deed is being performed now.
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The first two Peregrine chicks fledged early this morning. They have both been located and are fine.

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