So a big welcome to everyone, wherever you are on the planet!
|The Derby falcon - a 2010 portrait by Colin Pass|
Out of 8589 visits since 1st March, Nottinghan city (956) scored more than Derby city (859) but Derby and Derbyshire combined (1164) just pipped Nottingham and its associated county (1121).
Internationally, the USA (556) are way ahead, with Canada (126), the Netherlands (113) and Ireland (70) following behind. As always, visitor figures reflect where people's ISP connections are located, rather than pinpoint exactly where they live.
To see the figures for yourself, scroll down the blog and double click on the bright Clustrmap of the world. Archive maps of previous month's figures are also available.
If any of you visiting this site from abroad would like to leave a blog message to say who you are and where you're from we'd be delighted to hear from you...leave a comment here or on Facebook if it's easier.
Of course, peregrine falcons are one of the most widespread of birds, occurring in every continent except Antarctica. So, how are the peregrines doing in your country if you have any? We'd be pleased to hear from you.....
Nick B (DWT)
This project is managed by Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, who's website is well worth a visit and, naturally, has this headlining project firmly on its home page. Our valuable partners in the work we do in Derby are the Cathedral of course (without their support we'd be nowhere), Derby City Council - especially the staff in its webteam (and SERCO which manages their IT) and Derby Cathedral Quarter, who have helped the project in many vital ways since 2011.