Peregrine falcons have nested outside the clock tower at Rochdale Town Hall since 2008. The birds have attracted considerable public interest and they are regularly seen soaring above Rochdale town centre hunting for food. A nesting area was built for the birds in 2008, helping to provide them a safe haven to sleep, breed and raise their young. As the tallest building in Rochdale town centre, the town hall reflects the peregrine's natural habitat to breed and hunt prey.
Our recent award winning Revealing the Roch project was praised for renaturalising the river and helping to bring wildlife back to the town centre.
More about Revealing the Roch.
See the birds progress throughout the nesting period as they raise their young at the top of Rochdale's most historic building.
As well as the live webcam, you can follow the birds' progress using the Twitter hashtag
#rochfalcons or on
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