What’s the story?
Diving to catch prey at up to 200 miles an hour, peregrines are masters of flight. Sheer cliffs are their natural home, but the tall towers of Lincoln Cathedral make a perfect place to nest.
See them as they take flight and soar around the Cathedral towers.
Telescopes at the peregrine watchpoint will also help you spot them on the wing – if you’re quick enough, that is.
In the grounds of Lincoln Cathedral, outside the Refectory (off Eastgate). postcode LN2 1PX.
Every Saturday and Sunday, 11.30am – 4.30pm, 1 June until 28 July 2019.
Free of charge, but donations to the RSPB are gratefully received.
Want to know more?
Call Tessa Clarke on 01603 697 581, email firstname.lastname@example.org