Our work began in 1970 when the Peregrine Falcon was nearly extinct in North America. We developed the expertise to restore the species, and earned a unique reputation for saving all kinds of raptors.

We also research little-known raptors, conserve habitat, educate students and the public, and build communities' capacity for conservation.

People need birds of prey to ensure the health of the ecosystems we all share. Together, we are Saving Raptors and Enriching Lives.

The 2018 Birds of Prey Calendar

Members automatically receive one, and may order extra copies at a reduced price!

The Peregrine Fund