Conservation

The Peregrine Fund works to conserve wild populations of birds of prey around the world. As predators near the top of the food chain, birds of prey can indicate the health of an entire ecosystem. Protecting birds of prey protects the Earth’s diversity of life. The Peregrine Fund became involved in the conservation of birds of prey in 1970 when the Peregrine Falcon was threatened with extinction. The successful recovery that followed enabled us to focus our expertise and experience on other raptor species in decline. Our goals are to restore vulnerable species, increase knowledge about little-known birds of prey, conserve habitats, educate students and the public, and increase the capacity for conservation in the local communities where we work.


Index of The Peregrine Fund's Conservation Projects

Click a program below for details

displayEducation

project map

displayNorth America Projects

Canada, the United States and the northern part of Mexicoproject map

displayNeotropical Program

Boise, Idahoproject map

displayAfrica Program

Kenyaproject map

displayAsia-Pacific Program

Boise, Idahoproject map

displayArctic Program

Circumpolar Arcticproject map

Africa Program

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Index of species we work with

display Species A – C

display Species D – F

display Species G – I

display Species J – L

display Species M – O

display Species P – R

display Species S – U

display Species V – Z