Ainslie peregrinations

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Subject: Ainslie peregrinations
From: Stephanie Haygarth <>
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2018 01:17:23 +0000
While we were in the garden yesterday afternoon, we were startled by the loud 
tearing sound made by fast-moving wings just above us, at or below roof height. 
A raptor (many sudden alarm calls made this apparent) had passed low through 
the garden at tremendous speed. I followed it as fast as I could to an open 
viewing spot and just glimpsed a large peregrine heading rapidly west over the 
roof tops. This is our second recent sighting.
Steph and Matt

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