The delight humans seem to take in accommodating peregrines is crucial to the birds' survival.
Peregrine Fund founder Tom Cade estimates there are now probably 150 urban peregrine pairs.
The American peregrine falcon may be nature's most audacious sky hunter.
Now, 30 years of scientific research and controlled breeding have saved the peregrine falcon from the brink of extinction.
Peregrines seek private, high, out-of-the-way homes for nesting, mating and pursuing their prey.
Two Peregrine falcon chicks born last month at Minnesota Power's Boswell Energy Center are scheduled to be banded Monday, June 9 at the Cohasset plant near Grand Rapids.
The Science Center of Connecticut, the State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection and Travelers Property Casualty have once again collaborated to present Peregrine Watch at Travelers Tower.
Peregrine Watch at Travelers Tower, hosted by Travelers at falconcam.