Peregrines, Pylons and Power Stations

Falco peregrinus

Peregrine by Harry Appleyard, Hazeley Wood, 29 May 2016

The sight of Peregrines breeding on buildings, pylons and quarry ledges is becoming more common, even as this species becomes scarcer in the craggy uplands with which it is more typically associated. Research Ecologist and raptor specialist Mark Wilson explains how Peregrines are faring in the face of a changing world.

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