En-us: Peregrine Falcon Ca: Falcó pelegrí Da: Vandrefalk De: Wanderfalke Es: Halcón común Fi: muuttohaukka Fr: Faucon pèlerin It: Falco pellegrino Nl: Slechtvalk No: Vandrefalk Pt: Falcão-peregrino Sv: Pilgrimsfalk Ru: Сапсан
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Peregrine breeds in the following countries (Bird News Extra subscribers will see population statistics and information on trends for each country, and a map of population densities):
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New research suggests the world's fastest-flying bird indulges in some intriguing nocturnal antics. read on
RSPB Scotland has launched a 20-year report on the illegal killing of birds of prey, revealing that at least 779 raptors have been killed by wildlife criminals north of the border in that time. read on
Devon & Cornwall Police hope camera will deter illegal activity around nest sites. read on
As Derby's Cathedral Peregrines lay their first egg, the project team look back at the history of these birds. read on
A report released today highlights the continued persecution of birds of prey, with 384 incidents of shooting, trapping and poisoning reported in 2009. read on
Despite the success of many inner-city Peregrines, this magnificent raptor is more persecuted than ever before. read on
And you can make a date with them and the RSPB. read on
Derby Cathedral's feathered guests make an early bid for freedom and end up down the pub. log in
Reward offered as birds trapped and eggs smashed. read on
British Birds Diet and prey selection of urban-dwelling Peregrine Falcons in southwest England
The first in a series of papers from British Birds. log in
Last summer, a pair of Peregrine Falcons successfully nested on Derby Cathedral for the first time. This year two cameras have been put on the platform to monitor the pair's progress. read on
The withdrawal of a scheme requiring bird keepers to register threatened bird species held in captivity could lead to an increase in the number of birds plundered from the wild, believes the RSPB. read on
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