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Peregrine Falcon
(Falco peregrinus)

Peregrine Falcon
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Peregrine Falcon Information

Length:  15 - 21 "

Habitat:  Open country, esp. overlooking rivers, lakes, or seacoasts; open forests and wetlands; prefers area with nearby cliffs or rock outcrops for nesting.

Sometimes nests on tall building in cities. Winters mostly along the coast.

:  Birds, esp. pigeons and doves. Also waterfowl, shorebirds, and songbirds. Occasionally, small mammals and fish.
Northern Harrier ID TipsIdentification tips for the Peregrine Falcon
Bald Eagle CallsCall of the Peregrine Falcon
Additional Information:
Peregrine Falcon
Photo of this falcon, description, distribution, reproduction, ecology, behavior, and vocalization.
(From Aquatic Environments)
Peregrine Falcon
© 2002



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