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Talon Tales:
the Newsletter of the
Canadian Peregrine Foundation

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Volume 5 - 2002

  

 

Issue 1 - March

Due to a break-in to CPF's head office, the theft of computers, printers, and the loss of many files, CPF has been unable to produce Talon Tales since its last issue. CPF apologizes for this, and promises that Talon Tales will be published once again sometime in the future.

Volume 4 - 2001


Issue 1 - February


Issue 2 - May


Issue 3 - August


Issue 4 - November

Volume 3 - 2000


Issue 1 - February


Issue 2 - May

Issue 3 - August


Issue 4 - November

Volume 2 - 1999


Issue 1 - February


Issue 2 - May

Issue 3 - August


Issue 4 - November

Volume 1 - 1998


Issue 1 - November

Regular features of Talon Tales:

In each issue:

Editor's notes:
An introduction to the topics and themes addressed in each issue of Talon Tales. 
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Peregrine news / Conservation news:
A compilation of short articles summarizing recent developments in the world of raptor conservation, across Canada and beyond.  Click here for an index of previous reports, and a sample article.

Site updates:
A summary of the latest news from each of the southern Ontario peregrine territories which the Canadian Peregrine Foundation monitors regularly, plus occasional information from nests in other provinces and states.  Click here for an index of previous reports, and a sample article.

Feature article:
A two-page centrepiece exploring in detail some aspect of raptor biology or history.  Previous topics have included the recent history of the peregrine, the life of a fledgling, hunting strategies, causes of mortality, and the story of DDT.  Click here for an index of previous reports, and a sample article.

CPF program reports:
All the latest news on Project Track-'em, CPF's Education Program, Project Release, and any other projects which are active at the time.  Click here for an index of previous reports, and a sample article.

Peregrine Profile:
An in-depth look at the life of an individual peregrine, appearing on the back cover of Talon Tales. 
Click here for an index of previous stories, and a sample article.

Appearing occasionally:

Species Portrait:
A one-page introduction to one of Canada's other species of raptors.  Past Species Portraits have featured the Barn Owl, Bald Eagle, and Red-shouldered Hawk, among others. 
Click here for an index of previous reports, and a sample article.

Behavioural notes:
A forum to discuss some of the common behaviours which peregrines and other raptors perform, and provide some explanations for them. 
Click here for an index of previous reports, and a sample article.

Special reports:
Articles on a variety of topics, ranging from reports on the status of the peregrine to announcements of new Canadian Peregrine Foundation initiatives. 
Click here for an index of previous reports, and a sample article.

CPF Feedback:
Letters, poems, and artwork from CPF's readers and school students who have taken part in the CPF Education Program. 
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Spotlight on Supporters:
Highlighting the contributions of CPF's valuable sponsors and partners. 
Click here for an index of previous reports, and a sample article.

Chapter reports:
News on the activities of CPF's regional chapters.  
Click here for an index of previous reports, and a sample article. 

 

If you are interested in learning more about peregrine falcons, and would like to contribute to the conservation of Canadian birds of prey, please consider becoming a member of the Canadian Peregrine Foundation, or contributing to Project Adoption.


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