The Next Leicester Peregrine Watch Day:

Wednesday 27 March 2024

Please check back or follow on Twitter: @LeicsPeregrines

Peregrine Watch Days provide a way for people to become engaged with local nature and to get involved with the natural world. The Leicester Peregrine Team from the Leicestershire and Rutland Ornithological Society (LROS) hold regular sessions in the Leicester Cathedral grounds. Volunteers are on hand to help you use our telescopes or binoculars to watch the Peregrines, to answer your questions, and to talk to you about the birds and the Leicester Peregrines Project.

Anyone can attend a Watch Point which is free. There is no need to book. They start around 9:30am in St. Martin’s Square usually finishing about 1:30pm or later if there is lots of activity. They may not run if the weather is inclement. Follow @LeicsPeregrines on Twitter for updates.

If you are interested in helping to show Leicester Peregrines to the residents and visitors to the city, please contact David Gray via email:

Watch Point open day 1
LROS Peregrine Team showing the public Leicester Peregrines at a Watch Point open day © Jim Graham
LROS Peregrine Team (Dave Gray [LROS] and Richard Kelly [LCC] giving a talk about the Leicester Peregrines at the Guildhall in July 2017 © Jim Graham
Watch Point open day 2
LROS Peregrine Team answering questions on Leicester Peregrines at a Watch Point open day © Jim Graham
Watch Point open day 3
LROS Peregrine Team on duty during a Watch Point open day © Dave Gray
Watch Point open day 4
LROS Peregrine Team showing a group of tourists the Leicester Peregrines © Dave Gray
Watch Point open day 5
Ready to help – even when it’s raining! © Leicester Mercury
Leicester Peregrine adult's usual positions
Adult Peregrine’s usual positions when looking from Guildhall Lane © Jim Graham
Leicester Peregrine adults on Platform
Check the platform out as you pass by – the birds are often sitting there quietly © Jim Graham