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Can the Falls of Clyde Peregrines Make it 12 Years in a Row?

Staff and visitors at the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Falls of Clyde Reserve near Glasgow are watching their peregrine falcons.

Their stunning wild peregrine falcons are currently sitting on a full clutch of eggs, high up on the cliffside above the Falls of Clyde. From the SWT hide on the opposite cliff visitors can enjoy the closest views of a peregrine eyrie in Britain.

This is the 12th consecutive year of breeding peregrine falcons on the SWT wildlife reserve and they are provided with 24/7 protection.

The SWT Visitor Centre in New Lanark now has direct, live CCTV from the nest site (40 mins walk).

For more info, go to the SWT website.

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