Peregrine cam goes live from Chichester Cathedral

Peregrine cam has gone live today from Chichester Cathedral.

Friday, 28th April 2017, 3:42 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th June 2018, 6:21 pm
Mark Weston, from the RSPB watching from the viewing area at Chichester Cathedral

A special camera in the nest of the Cathedral Tower gives you the chance to view the four peregrines eggs, which are soon to hatch.

An on-site viewing area has also been set up at the cathedral from today for those who want to get close to the action.

A representative from the RSPB is ready and waiting in the Royal Chantry Garden to help answer any bird-based questions.

Watch the live feed by clicking here

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