Screeching could be heard, it could almost be mistaken for squeaking from drilling equipment from the building site of charter place.
A passerby spotted this bird of prey hovering whilst squawking at something on the car park roof.
"I thought it was a kestrel, I tried to get to the top floor but it was blocked off as restricted access."
I noticed the car park adjacent on the other side of the ring road and thought I might get a look from there and then could see everything."
At first i saw or heard nothing but decided to video, and that's when I heard the screeching return and then saw it."
The RSPB said "Buildings and other constructions are increasingly being used by nesting peregrines."
" Peregrines are territorial, with each territory containing one or more nest sites - this may explain the behaviour of the peregrine towards the builders."
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