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The first Web site is a fact sheet from the Wildlife Management Division of Alberta Environmental Protection (1) about these fascinating raptors. The Web site for the Peregrine Fund, a pioneer in the peregrine falcon recovery effort, provides this overview of the history of peregrine recovery (2). A program to restore peregrine faclons to Harpers Ferry National Park was started in 2001; this Web site (3) offers photos, maps, and more. This site from the Raptor Resource Project (4) highlights a number of different recovery programs for peregrines and other birds of prey. This Government of Alberta site (5) links to a detailed report on the status of peregrine falcons in the province of Alberta. The Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota (6) provides a variety of information for a general audience on peregrine falcons, along with many other raptors. A Web site from PBS.org (7) focuses on the sport of falconry, providing an especially interesting timeline of its history. A site about falcons and their recovery status specific to Wisconsin (8) is provided by the Milwaukee Public Museum.
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