Peregrine Falcon Populations: Their Management and Recovery

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As the most cosmopolitan naturally-distributed bird in the world, and as a top predator in the global ecosystem, the Peregrine was and is a unique biological monitor of the quality of the world's environments. Its recovery both by natural and artificial processes has become the premier example of success in single species conservation.

In November 1985, more than 500 raptor biologists and Peregrine specialists met in Sacramento, California for a three-day conference on Peregrine biology and conservation. The proceedings of the conference and the results of additional research are presented in this book, which serves as an instructive case history for the preservation of other endangered species.

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