The final chick has hatched on top of Chichester Cathedral today, making it a full house for the city's famous peregrines.
Join us at our viewpoint to see the chicks at their cutest – all white and fluffy.
The peregrines' latest offspring brings the number of chicks born on top of the cathedral to 26. If all survive, this will be the eighth family the pair will have raised together.
Just a day after RSPB vice president Chris Packham launched this year’s Chichester Cathedral peregrines project three eggs have hatched in one day - a first for this famous couple.
All eyes are now on the final egg, which should hatch any day now....
In an unexpected, and rather unusual move, the ospreys of Bassenthwaite Lake have upped sticks and moved to a nest site on the east side of the Lake.
Home is now an artificial platform that was installed by the Osprey Project team to encourage more ospreys to settle in the area.
The osprey exhibition and activities will be running as usual, but there are currently no images of nesting ospreys on the big screen, as the cameras are fixed on the 'old' nest. The team hope to set up a camera overlooking the new nest, but need to ensure there is no disturbance to the birds.
The viewpoint at Dodd Wood remains open with great opportunities to watch ospreys fishing in the Lake, see red squirrels and watch woodland birds. The osprey team are working to set up a new viewpoint nearby where visitors can see the new nest – get all the latest details and directions on Osprey Watch.
We are excited by the news that a former chick of Chichester Cathedral's famous peregrines has started a family of her own.
The female, identified by a unique ring around her leg and part of the Chichester pairs 2002 brood, has set up a nest in the Arun Valley, West Sussex.
The Chichester Cathedral peregrines have become a permanent fixture in the city and raised 22 chicks together over the past seven years.
From the end of April we'll be beaming live footage directly from their nest to special watch stations - we hope you can join us.
Who needs Eastenders when we have our very own wildlife soap-opera starring the Tate Modern peregrine falcons?
Misty and Bert, the adult male and female, are currently incubating a number of eggs, how many is not currently known, but we are very excited by this news.
Last year they managed to successfully breed four chicks; three males and a female, so we are on the edge of our seats waiting to see what happens this year.
If all goes to plan, the chicks should hatch at the end of April, when Bert will be at his most busy catching small 'bite sized' prey for his young chicks. Over the weeks that follow, the chicks will develop insatiable appetites, until they make that huge step and take to the wing for the first time, becoming the world's fastest animals!
From 19 July, join us daily at our Peregrine Watchpoint, and get close to this amazing family.