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- Peregrines are found nearly everywhere on earth. Their migration is one of the longest of any North American bird.
- Their homing instinct leads them to favored aeries (nesting sites), occupied by successive generations of falcons.
- Peregrines hunt from above and, after sighting their prey, drop into a steep, swift dive that can top 200 miles per hour.
- The peregrine strikes its prey with a clenched foot, stunning or killing it on impact, turning to catch it in mid-air.