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21 Nov Endangered Peregrine Falcon Research



(Visit: Follow researcher Brian Walton’s personal story from inspired child to research to rescue of the peregrine falcon population in California and the western United States. Series: “Long Marine Lab: 25 Years of Science and Education” [4/2004] [Science] [Show ID: 8542]

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  • cats world
    Posted at 04:42h, 21 November

    Peregrine falcon is not endangered the most people are you please make it in the same people who you are

  • cobar1954
    Posted at 04:42h, 21 November

    we race pigeons and when we toss them on the weekends the peregrines are everywhere , endangered not in Australia, maybe in the rest of the world they might be

  • mzw
    Posted at 04:42h, 21 November

    bomb ass whale at the beginning!!!

  • Richard Ritchey
    Posted at 04:42h, 21 November

    Right, Most common and wide ranging Falcon in the world. Rare in the 50s in the Eastern US only because of the bounty on the falcons head by the fish and wildlife agencies. The Endangered Species Act serves one purpose only. Ultimate control by government over private and public lands. Something they could not attain otherwise because of the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights.

  • angelsmafia
    Posted at 04:42h, 21 November

    Great video

  • cryptoprocta
    Posted at 04:42h, 21 November

    lol, pigeon racing…probably would be best to leave the racing to humans by now don't you think

  • mealy777
    Posted at 04:42h, 21 November

    Peregrine falcons are now at pest preportions in the British isles, once their habitat used to be cliff faces and quarries, now they have moved into cities and towns and nest on ledges of highrise apartments and office blocks. They do enormous damage to the sport of pigeon racing, a subject that pro falconers do not want to address, this video is very informative, but also one sided.

  • crowhawk
    Posted at 04:42h, 21 November

    Peregrine falcons are NOT endangered. A lot of people have made a lot of money perpetuating this myth. Peregrine populations are now higher than they were prior to the post WW2 population decline, due to egg softening from ingesting organo chlorides.

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