Peregrine Watch is back today!

Today, Friday 30th March 2011, the hugely successful Peregrinewatch event will be back in Walsall, with events kicking off outside the Central Library in Lichfield Street, and at the New Art Gallery, in Gallery Square. Walsall’s resident peregrines have become stars in their own right, and attract plenty of interest. If you want to find out all about these fascinating birds, observe them in their habitat or just learn more about avian life in the Walsall area, why not pop along? All attractions are free, and these really are wonderful birds. The event features attractions from the RSPB and S&D Falconry, as well as Walsall Council and The Wildlife Trusts.

This whole thing couldn’t happen without the wonderful Walsall Wildlife team, and you can catch up with Senior Countryside Ranger Morgan Bowers on Twitter and Facebook.Morgan has also started a great blog, too… Both accounts are worth following for the brilliant photography alone. Walsall Council’s whole countryside team do a brilliant job – why not pop along to the event and check them out?

Also, don’t forget, Morgan took the best photograph of a newt you’ll ever see. Ever. I just can’t get enough of the little fella.

Flyer from the rather wonderful Walsall Wildlife, AKA Morgan Bowers, Senior Countryside Ranger for Walsall.

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