Peregrine falcons have been nesting on the roof of Merton Civic Centre in Morden each year since 2015.

Live webcam

The webcam is now off until the falcons return to nest again.

Watch the live stream on YouTube
YouTube: live webcam

What to look out for

The female normally lays three or four eggs in late March or April, which hatch about a month later. The chicks fledge at 38-44 days old. The adults then spend two months or more teaching the young to hunt before they become independent.

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2020 (after 21 April)

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2020 (before 21 April)

2019

2018

2017

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Find out more about peregrine falcons

Visit the London Peregrine Partnership website.