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Born to wander, the perigrine falcon's amazing migration routes may take them from North America's chilly tundra to the heart of South America.

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16-Year-Old Pittsburgh Peregrine Falcon Lays Third Egg

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Peregrine Falcon Print by Craig Brown

Peregrine Falcon Print By Craig Brown

The Peregrine is one of the few Birds of Prey that prefer to hunt, catch and kill prey in mid-air - it possesses a unique tomial tooth on its beak which allows it to kill prey instantly. Most importanly however, despite its size, the Peregrine can reach speeds up to 200 mph when hunting and diving for prey.

HawkQuest Anatum Peregrine Falcon (Male)

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In pictures: Peregrine falcons in our towns and cities

Peregrine falcons caught on camera

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We have been blessed with many a remarkable creature in our country. None more so than #Peregrine #Falcon #Cornwall

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Awesome Birds Photography by Jen St. Louis

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