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  1. 1. All about the peregrine falcons By Dalton
  2. 2. Who Am I • My animal is a peregrine falcon. A peregrine falcon can fly at about 60 mph at level flight but when they dive at prey they can reach up to 220 mph. They’re predators are the great horned owl, golden eagles, and other large mammals. They are in every continent but Antarctica. They eat other animals by attacking them in mid flight. They can travel up to 5,500 miles a year.
  3. 3. The Early Years • They stay with their parents for about a couple of weeks. Then the parents get the food for the babies and pluck the feathers off the food for the babies and teach them how to fly by making them jump out of the nest for the food that the parents have .
  4. 4. Habbitat sweet Habbitat • They commonly place nests on open ledges ,holes , or recesses of either igneus or sedimentary rock. Reintroduction efforts have resulted in them utilizing nesting structures on tall buildings or smoke stacks in cities.
  5. 5. What’s on the menu • A peregrine falcon eats mostly birds from songbirds up to small geese and other small mammals.
  6. 6. Making tracks • The tracks look like three sticks right next to each other on the top of a building
  7. 7. Simply Irresistable • Peregrine falcons are known for their swift flight , have never been very abundant anywhere in the world due to very specific nest site requirements and their positions at the top of the food chain.
  8. 8. Where In The World • You can find them in almost every continent but Antarctica
  9. 9. Did You Know 1.That baby peregrine falcons are called eyons . 2.That peregrines have been clocked at about 220 mph . 3.That a peregrine falcon gets it’s prey by attacking it in mid air. 4. That when the baby is in the egg it has it’s head under it’s wing
  10. 10. Resource list • http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/staticfiles/NGS/Shared/Static Files/animals/images/primary/peregrine-falcon.jpg, title • http://www.audubon.org/centennial/images/species/Peregrine_Falco n_lg2.jpg ,who am I • http://www.climbonline.co.uk/Peregrine%20at%20Malham.jpg the early years • http://farm1.static.flickr.com/29/65959669_a57c76391b.j pg?v=0 , Habbitat Sweet Habbitat • http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1172/852856492_b56a33d5 cb.jpg What’s on the menu

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