The Canadian Peregrine Foundation

Magazine

A collection of articles about peregrine behaviour and history around the world.

ARTICLE TITLE AUTHOR(S) YEAR
1 A brief update of Peregrine Falcons in Ontario Kenn Chapman 1995
2 What's in a name? Marion Nash 1995
3 A first for Toronto! Kenn Chapman 1995
4 Peregrine falcons make city comeback Peter Whelan 1995
5 Hunting is learned behaviour, not instinctual Kenn Chapman 1995
6 The kidnapping of Hardy Kenn Chapman 1995
7 A Hardy crash Kenn Chapman 1995
8 The origins of Pounce-Kingsley Kenn Chapman 1996
9 Earning a name Mark Nash / Kenn Chapman 1996
10 The making of a hunter Mark Nash / Kenn Chapman 1996
11 A lone survivor (the origin of Toby) Kenn Chapman 1997
12 The remarkable Peregrine Falcon recovery in Ontario Glenn Coady 1998
13 Niagara's peregrines Bob Chambers 1998
14 Peregrine Falcons nesting in the Niagara Gorge Niagara Parks Commission 1998
15 Ontario peregrine has a new Wisconsin home! Mark Heaton 1998
16 Peregrines in North Wales Peter Butterworth 1999
17 Overview of peregrine breeding in the Netherlands... Jan Putters 2000
18 The peregrine falcon in other languages B. Goemaere / W.J. Higginson 2001

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