Peregrine Falcons

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List Of Animals Of The Rocky Mountains - Fauna - Birds - Peregrine Falcons
... Peregrine falcons are cliff-dwelling raptors that once ranged through most of North America ... Six breeding pairs of American peregrine falcons were found in Colorado in the early 1970s ... combined, 8 of 59 historical sites were used by falcons in 1987 ...
University Hall (University Of Illinois At Chicago) - Peregrine Falcons
... Since 1998, a pair of peregrine falcons have nested on a 28th floor ledge of University Hall ... The falcons have been popular enough to have been featured in the Chicago Tribune and to have their own webcam ...
Austringer - Captive Breeding and Conservation
... the resulting limited availability of popular species for falconry, particularly the peregrine falcon ... In 1942–1943 he produced two young peregrines in Düsseldorf in Germany ... The first successful captive breeding of peregrine falcons in North America occurred in the early 1970s by The Peregrine Fund, Professor and ...
General Morden - Plot - Characters
... Military's Special Technologies college and went on to serve in the Peregrine Falcon Special Forces Squad (PF Squad), starting in Metal Slug as First Lieutenant ... he rescued the president and used this to get himself transferred to the Peregrine Falcon Squad (PF Squad) ... was recruited by the army, leading him to join Marco Rossi's Peregrine Falcon Squad where he is, as of Metal Slug 4, a Sergeant ...
Evanston Public Library - Special Features - Peregrine Falcons
2008 was the fourth year in a row that peregrine falcons chose to nest atop a column on the library ... The adult falcons, along with four babies born in 2006, can be seen from both outside and inside of the library ... One can follow the falcon's many adventures on the FalconCam ...

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