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  1. Watching a Peregrine Falcon chasing after Choughs and a seagull on Marine Drive this afternoon. They swooped so close I could hear their wings cutting through the air. I watched the Falcon trying to get dinner for so long, it was beautiful. It swooped time and again to catch its prey mid-air, soaring up against the cliffs then down towards the sea; it was so agile, acrobatic and controlled. The Choughs did very well turning and diving to avoid capture and a juvenile seagull squaked so loud that I think it pissed the Falcon right off! I have never seen such a fantastic aerial displ
  2. The Manx Bat Group is holding a public bat walk this Saturday 12th June starting at 9pm from Mooragh Park (next to the rugby club car park). Everyone is welcome to come along to learn more about bats and hopefully see and hear some bats in and around the park. Bat detectors provided on loan. Please wear warm clothes and walking shoes. Children are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. For more information see the Manx Bat group website at www.manxbatgroup.org.
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