I think she has a nest tucked behind a lighting stand on the man-made river embankment above the chain she was posing on. When I saw her land on the chain, that was where she came from, behind that light. We didn't see her return there, however, so I will need to visit again at some point. We did not see the male either, who has a black bib. As grey wagtails are usually found not too far from water, he must be around somewhere closeby.
Other highlights on our walk includes; Egyptian geese, comma butterflies, daffodils, crocuses, lesser celandine and pigeons. At Cow Tower, the pond adjacent to it was full of frog activity, but not as many as at Mousehold Heath's Vinegar Pond. Not that Mum was happy about this, she isn't fond of frogs.
|Peregrine Watch Point|
|The Peregrine Nest Platform|