Peregrine falcons move from church
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Boston Stump repairs force peregrine falcons to move

A family of peregrine falcons which have been nesting at a Boston church have to move out because of a multi-million pound renovation project.

The protected birds of prey set up home at St Botolph's Church, known as the Boston Stump, and have been a visitor attraction to the area.

  • 21 Nov 2018
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