About the Study Group
The South West Peregrine group are granted a Schedule 1 disturbance Permit by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO), "for the purpose of ringing and nest recording and to take and possess addled eggs or eggs from nests known to be deserted".
The permit is issued under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. The Licence held by the trust, granted by the Country Agency allows the holder of this permit to engage in activities which the trust authorises to the permit holder.
The BTO permit is granted annually to the Permit Holder, who then in turn appoints accredited agents in respect of each of the nest sites.
The Group has actively been studying a number of sites in both Devon and Cornwall since 2007, predominantly the Northern Coast of Cornwall.
The "Pilgrim's Tail" page is a dedicated blog to the going's on, here in the South West, it provides our viewers with regular updates and news throughout the year as well as an opportunity to publish some of your peregrine pictures and stories.
Annual General Meeting - Winds of Change, Launceston 1st November 2014 (12:00)
No forthcoming public events
Aims of the Group:
© Photograph Greg Curno
A Juvenile Tiercel sits atop of a lichen covered rocky outcrop
overlooking the waves on the North Cornwall Coast. Here we
can really see those long toes and sharp talons that will make