Peregrine falcon chick on road to recovery after Ipswich fall

Peregrine falcon chick on road to recovery after Ipswich fall
 

A peregrine falcon chick which crash-landed following a fall from a 23-storey block of flats could be released back into the wild in the new year.
The chick was found "almost emaciated" with an injured chest in a churchyard on 17 June.
It was one of five fitted with identification rings in May, having hatched in a man-made nestbox built into The Mill on Ipswich's waterfront.
Those caring for the chick said it was "making steady progress".
It was initially thought it would take up to a year for the bird to go back into the wild.
Steve Piotrowski, from the Suffolk... read more

 
19 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 52
Source: BBC
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