Two more screenshots from the webcam taken on 31 May
Here is a link to the Webcams that broadcast LIVE footage of the Peregrine Falcon's nest high up on the tower of Salisbury Cathedral: https://www.salisburycathedral.org.uk/visit-what-see/peregrine-falcons-0
If you have been following the progress of the peregrine chicks, you may be interested in 'The Peregrine Detective' part of the Salisbury 2020 Big Weekend - more details on the News page.
The webcam is available 24/7 and the sound of the bell for the cathedral clock can be clearly heard as it strikes out each hour, half hour and quarter, not appearing to disturb the birds.
A cathedral blog revealed that an un-ringed bird had laid 4 eggs by 30 March.
One of the Salisbury Cathedral's ringed birds, a female named Sally, featured in BBC's Springwatch programme in 2017. Her tracker stopped working last autumn and Sally's whereabouts or fate are not known.