Watch the birdie

The sole surviving chick from a pair of peregrine falcons nesting on a Nottingham Trent University building has been cooed over by more than half a million people since its first appearance via the institution's webcam.

May 31, 2012

The chick was one of four that hatched last month after its parents, who have been returning to the same site for over a decade, mated early. Its siblings did not survive the storms that beset England during the latter part of April.

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