The Canadian Peregrine Foundation

Project Track-'em 1999-2000 Season

 

Four juvenile peregrine falcons from Ontario were monitored via satellite telemetry from late summer 1999 through to summer 2000.  Click on each bird below to access detailed individual travel diaries (including maps), or check out the map below for a summary of their southward journeys.  For more background information on how and why we are undertaking Project Track-'em, click here.

For more recent results from Project Track-'em, click here.

 

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Eco (from Richmond Hill)

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Rouge (from Richmond Hill)

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Lincoln (from Guelph)

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Nate (from Richmond Hill)

Thanks to our 1999/2000 Project Track-'em partners and sponsors:

Friends of the Environment Foundation

EcoAction 2000

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

Royal Canadian Geographical Society

Canadian Wildlife Service

Canadian Space Agency

Ontario Hawking Club

Helen M. Peacock Foundation

Skip Ambrose

University of Guelph

McGill University

 

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Red dots indicate the route taken by Nate.  Click here for details on his journey.
Green dots indicate the route taken by Eco.  Click here for details on his journey.
Blue dots indicate the route taken by Lincoln.  Click here for details on his journey.
Purple dots indicate the route taken by Rouge.  Click here for details on his journey.

Visit Environment Canada's Green Lane to check on the progress of the four peregrines with satellite transmitters from Alberta.


Canadian Peregrine Foundation