The conditions on Sunday were almost ideal. I stayed about 1 hour.
The chick that I thought was close to fledging in fact took its first flight on the 13th. Another chick took its first flight on the 16th but was still not confident enough to fly much and spent the day hunkered down at the cliff top,
beneath the vegetation. The third chick had not attempted to fly yet and remained in the nest site.
When I arrived, the adult female was feeding the chick on the nest site.
It was still hungry after the adult left.
About half an hour later, the adult flew over the crest of the cliff face clutching another pigeon.
Immediately, the fully fledged chick flew up to meet it in the hope that it was its turn to be fed, calling out loudly to make itself be noticed.
For the next 5 minutes or so, the two birds twisted and turned in flight. Very good practise for the young bird.
(the adult flying back to the top of the cliff face)
(Another try for the pigeon)
Finally, the adult had decided the game was over and flew straight back to the chick at the nest site, leaving the juvenile to pass overhead.
To give you some idea of the agility and speed of these birds, I include a short video I took.