Sunday, March 16, 2008

More Peregrine

A passing Chaffinch was an unfortunate victim falling prey to the male Peregrine who then took its prey to the female.

The male Peregrine on the look out for more passerine's on the fly past. It tended to have its eye on a few Rock Pipits on the rocks below.

A zoomed in view of the Peregrine on its lookout perch, a splendid bird of prey.


hockeyboy150 said...

Cracking photos of the Peregrines again.
My wife and I were up at Scarborough week before last and had a look around the headland cliffs, but no site.
Can you let me know roughly were they are,street light number or something for when we go back.
It's like looking for a needle in a haystack otherwise.

Steve Race said...

They can be any where on the headland, but seem to frequent the area most between lamp posts 54 to 56.