Peregrine nest disturbance: Can anyone recognise this individual asks the police?

Police have received reports of a person who  allegedly was seen disturbing the nest of a Peregrine Falcon in Plymbridge Woods between 6-7pm on Tuesday 26th May. It is alleged that a man attempted to photograph the nest causing the birds to be disturbed. Although peregrines do not nest in woodland normally we have decided to publish the details provided as there may be more to this story that has been released. There also appears to be some issue with the gender of the person being sought, as it may be the person could be female? Judge for yourself.

Peregrine Falcons are protected as a wild bird under the wildlife and countryside act and disturbing their nests is illegal. Police would like to speak to the man pictured in connection with this offence.

Peregrine Disturbance suspect
If you recognise this man, please contact police on 101 or via email at quoting crime reference CR/042652/15.

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