Get to know the Peregrine’s that are circling around the Coventry Cathedral spire with our very own Peregrine Profiles…
Percy the Peregrine
15 – 21 inches
2 Ibs (However women are usually heavier than me)
7 – 15 Years (With some Peregrines living to the age of 20)
Peregrines eat other smaller birds, for example: Ducks, Songbirds, Pigeons and Starlings.
Peregrines have adapted to survive in an array of geographical locations, with the key necessity in there environment being a high viewpoint, from which they can begin there speedy dives.
Peregrine Falcons breed and mate for life in the same territory. This is done through a month long mating ritual between the male and female Peregrines, involving aerial displays and nest building activities.