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    Shots taken just before the three chicks successfully fledged from a local site
    Juvenile Peregrine Falcon ( Falco peregrinus ) by Steve Dawes, on Flickr
    Juvenile Peregrine Falcon ( Falco peregrinus ) by Steve Dawes, on Flickr
    Juvenile Peregrine Falcon ( Falco peregrinus ) by Steve Dawes, on Flickr
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    Three great shots Steve, good to see their environment included adds interest to the pictures
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    Great set Steve, like the inquisitive stare in the first.

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    Default Re: Juvenile Peregrines

    Cracking and interesting set in their natural environment, love the expression in the first shot

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    Default Re: Juvenile Peregrines

    Excellent set of images. They normally nest quite high up so I'd be interested to know how you got the shots.

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    Default Re: Juvenile Peregrines

    Thanks Trev , Bill , Paul and Brian
    Brian - the nest is quite high up on a rock face with a public car park at the base of the cliff , the shots were taken from the car park at a focal length of 1000mm and then a big crop on the PC.
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