A day off work enabled me to get down to Scarborough Castle Headland reasonably early, well ok it was after eight 'O' clock.
I was not disappointed after a few minutes looking up while still in the car there was a Peregrine returning to the cliff face holding onto a carcass that was well opened up and bloody.
I thought the Peregrine would not be going anywhere for a while and for ten minutes that was true but I was surprised to see it take off again carcass in its talons and circle out over the sea. The other Peregrinne went to meet it, I was looking through my viewfinder (no pictures) but was sure there was a pass or attempted pass.
The Peregrine then came back into the headland with the carcase held below, that's when I obtained the pictures. I am not sure what happened but it was great watching.