Once again, peregrine falcons are nesting in the spire of Salisbury Cathedral. Initial reports said that two eggs had been laid, but an update gives the number as four. They are occupying a nesting box that has been on the south side of the spire with the help of the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds). Cameras have been installed, allowing visitors to watch the birds on a screen in the cloister.

The film clip shown is of the birds last year, but I’ll post this year’s if and when it becomes available.