Widely distributed with common habitats containing cliffs for nesting (rivers and coastal areas.) Historically utilizing cliff ledges for eyries (nests), Peregrines are known to also nest on ground (Tundra) and in trees. Reintroduced populations favor man-made structures. Open landscapes are used for foraging.
- Ratcliffe, Derek. 1993. The Peregrine Falcon, 2nd Edition. Princeton University Press. 454 pages. (ISBN 0 85661 060 7)
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