– scientific name: Falco peregrinus
– Wingspan: 3 – 3.6 ft. (Adult)
– Weight: 0.75 – 2 lbs (male), 1.5 – 3.5 (female)
– Average Life Span: Up to 17 years
– Habitat: Wide range, but they thrive near coasts
– Diet: Carnivore (eats meat), primarily birds, also small mammals like bats
– Coloring: Young—heavily marked, vertical streaks, Mature–blue-gray top, horizontal bars underside white chest, dark face with streaks like sideburns
– Breeding: Mate for life, a pair returns to the same territory. Some nests last for generations.
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