The peregrine falcon's at Salisbury Cathedral have become an online hit since they first returned to nest on the Tower in 2014, after a 60 year absence.
Now, thousands tune in each year to see the birds and watch for the laying of the eggs.
The naming of the peregrine chicks has become an annual event, and this year the cathedral is also looking for names for the adult parents too, who you can see below.
In celebration of the cathedral's upcoming Flower Festival in May, they would like people to submit nature-inspired names for their male and female peregrine adults to be in with a chance of winning two tickets to their Flower Festival on a day of your choice.
Names should be relating to flora and fauna, from local wildlife to exotic blooms. They would also love to hear your reasons for choosing the names.
The winning entry will be selected at 14:00 on 1 April 2022
Submit your entry and find all the terms and conditions on the Salisbury Cathedral website by clicking here.