RSPCA inspectors have come to the rescue of two Peregrine falcons in Wrexham.
The chicks decided to vacate their nest on the roof of Wrexham police station a little too early.
The first one was collected was RSPCA inspector Nayman Dunderdale and was taken to Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre in Nantwich for checks and was placed back in the nest by inspector Tim Jones.
The second chick who decided to have a go at flying ending up in the car park of a supermarket. Uninjured, it was also put back in the nest.
Inspector Jones said: “There are three falcon chicks and they are too young to leave the nest but they seem quite determined! It is lucky the birds haven't been injured.”
He added: “The nest is being monitored and we are hoping they will stay with their parents a bit longer before their next attempt to fly.”