As an avid sea angler and lover of the Yorkshire Coast there aren’t many places along the coastline from Teesside to Flamborugh that I don’t know well.

Whilst out walking or fishing around the shores, either from the rocks or from my kayak we have seen a lot of fantastic wildlife. We have for some years been very much aware of the presence of Peregrine Falcons In The Whitby Area.

I had seen a pair over several years in the area of Sandsend and up to Kettleness. One evening, a few years ago, on my kayak, I had sat and watched a pair of Peregrines Hunting and at times almost being in Sandsend Village Itself.

A great sight to see of course, but I never gave it any more thought until I recently became interested in photography. Just this year myself and my good friend Mike Marshall of Yorkshire Coast Fossils decided to go look for the Peregrines with our cameras.

To date we have had some success in locating several breeding pairs in the Whitby Area. Our most fruitful vist being the latest where we discovered the birds nest.

You can read more about our adventures with The Peregrine Falcons Of Whitby by clicking here.

Peregrine Falcons At Whitby In the North York Moors National Park

Peregrine Falcons At Whitby In the North York Moors National Park