They are found in deserts, seashores, wetlands, tundra, grasslands, dry forests and craggy mountains.Peregrine Falcons live and breed on every continent in the world except Antarctica.The Peregrine Falcon is one of 26 North American species considered to be a partial migrant.
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We have installed a box for their nesting, helped the state tag and track the chicks and have installed web cams to monitor their activities.
It’s the fastest animal on the plant, capable of speeds of up to 200 miles per hour.
Perhaps its most famous hunting technique is the dive.
To pull this off, a Peregrine Falcon flies high into the sky, using its keen eyesight to locate birds flying below.