Peregrine falcons are the world’s fastest bird, reaching 200 mph in dives, which helps them overtake other birds for their meals. In Washington, peregrine falcon nest along the coast, in the San Juan Islands, Puget Sound, the western slopes of the Cascades and even in cities.
Peregrine falcons are the world’s fastest bird, reaching 200 mph in dives, which helps them overtake other birds for their meals. In Washington, peregrine falcon nest along the coast, in the San Juan Islands, Puget Sound, the western slopes of the Cascades and even in cities. David N. Sattler, from “The Miracle of Life at La Jolla Cove.” Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Peregrine falcons are the world’s fastest bird, reaching 200 mph in dives, which helps them overtake other birds for their meals. In Washington, peregrine falcon nest along the coast, in the San Juan Islands, Puget Sound, the western slopes of the Cascades and even in cities. David N. Sattler, from “The Miracle of Life at La Jolla Cove.” Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald