Management Requirements: Potholes dug into cliffs are readily accepted as nest sites in some areas.
Reintroduction using captive-raised birds (thousands have been released) has been partially successful, more so in the U.S. than in Canada (Peakall 1990). See Holroyd and Banasch (1990) for summary of results of reintroductions in southern Canada and recommendations to improve future release efforts. See Sherrod et al. (1982) for information on reintroduction methods. See The Peregrine Fund (1992) for a recent summary of release data. See also Cade et al. (1988).
See Skaggs et al. (1988) and Lefranc and Glinski (1988) for management recommendations for the southwestern U.S.
See Johnson (1988) for responses to various human stimuli at different distances from nesting areas.