Two eggs at cathedral’s peregrine nest

WHO needs Easter eggs when you can have the real life drama and delight of peregrine falcons laying eggs and nurturing their clutch on one of Britain’s greatest gothic cathedrals.

The Salisbury Cathedral peregrines have two eggs, which can be seen via the peregrine webcam (see below).

The cathedral team, led by Gary Price, the Clerk of Works and unofficial “father” of the peregrines, are assisted by Phil Sheldrake of the RSPB, who helped to set up the nest site and the cameras.

Peregrine webcam link: