A very early morning departure had me at the Peregrine site by 7:30 ish, This meant I had the place to myself. Straight away I saw one young bird perched on the cliff edge. I got a couple of shots before it opened its wings and took off into an updraft.
Another hour passed then I heard a young bird calling, it must have been perched on the cliff directly below me.
I changed positions again, I eventually spotted it as it was ripping into what looked like the remains of a pigeon.
I moved back to my original position which paid off as all 3 young birds appeared on a ledge, one of them is a little bit smaller than the other 2 and was more reluctant to take to the wing.
I got some half decent photos of the birds, These are the conditions where a camera will beat the performance of digiscoping - so I turned to my Nikon P900.
I reckon its going to take an operation to get my ankle right now, the ligaments and tendons are just so loose, my ankle turns at the least bit of uneven ground - which is no good in this hobby.
Oh well, at least I have some nice shots of Peregrines again this year.