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Welcome to the home of the Plym Peregrine Project. Established in 2001  to monitor and protect the falcons the project also aims to inspire and educate visitors. Find out more about the project.

The project is located in Plymbridge Woods, a stunning woodland valley carved by the river Plym. Our enthusiastic and knowledgeable team of volunteers will help you experience a fantastic view of a peregrine falcon through the telescopes and answer any questions you might have. How to get here or how to get involved as a volunteer.

Peregrine falcons are a legally protected bird of prey and the fastest animal on the planet, travelling at speeds of well over 200mph. The wild breeding pair in Plymbridge Woods use the cliff face of a long-disused quarry as their nesting site.

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As a charity, we depend on people like you to help us continue our vital work. Making a donation would be a fantastic way to support the project. Your donations will help us to buy better equipment which in turn will not only help protect the birds but also enable us to engage with visitors to Plymbridge woods giving them the chance to see these magnificent birds.