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In Pictures: The falcons of London

One of the Peregrine Falcons sits on the chicks to keep them warm

One of Britain's rarest birds of prey, the Peregrine Falcon, has hatched three eggs on a tower block in central London

A Peregrine Falcons and the chicks

The breeding pair of Peregrine Falcons set up home in Marylebone

The Peregrine Falcons feed the chicks

The falcons main source of food is pigeon, of which there is a plentiful supply in London

One of the falcons arrives with food

It is thought to be only the second time these birds have nested in London

One of the Peregrine Falcons feeds the chicks

A watch point will be set up in Regent's Park so the public can monitor their progress



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