I went up onto the tower in mid-January and found that mounds of bird remains had accumulated at the base of the spire, below the favourite perches of the two peregrines. I would estimate that feral pigeons accounted for half of the remains. There were signs of a number of black-headed gulls having been eaten, two or three woodcock and at least two little grebe. Other species identified were jackdaw, starling, blackbird, fieldfare, redwing and teal.
Peregrine prey remains