Chicks rescued after falcons poisoned
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Chicks rescued after falcons poisoned

Three peregrine falcon chicks have been rescued by a specialist climbing team after their parents were poisoned and found dead at the base of a cliff near Clee Hill, in Shropshire.

The RSPB says the chicks have adapted well after being placed in a foster nest.

Killing peregrine falcons is a serious offence, carrying a potential six-month prison sentence for anyone convicted.