A team of National Trust and RSPB volunteers have been watching on tenterhooks to see if the legacy of choughs on the Lizard would continue. The long wait is over, and it is good news!
|The original Lizard Point pair (2001 -2013)|
The young incoming male held his new territory over the winter and has attracted a new mate. In March, the new pair built two nests here at Lizard Point, keeping volunteers guessing as to where they might settle. Thankfully, they settled in the original nest cave.
|The new Lizard Point pair (present)|
|Lizard Wildlife Watchpoint - National Trust|
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