This year’s nest of peregrine falcons is made up of four female birds. They were born on 9 April and ringed on 28 April. Over the past few weeks, the chicks have been finding their feet by walking and spreading their wings around their nests.
Didier Vangeluwe from the Natural Science Museum told journalists that “Peregrine falcons care well for their chicks. There are few accidents before they fly the nest. However, after that they don’t get a second chance."
Statically just two of the four chicks will survive the year.