Peregrine Falcon


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JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
THREAT CATEGORY
CNEA CAEA LRAE LRVA
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WHERE TO SEE IT
HUELVA SEVILLA C脫RDOBA JA脡N
H-1 SE-1 CO-1 J-1
H-2 SE-2 CO-2 J-2
H-3 SE-3 CO-3 J-3
H-4 SE-4 CO-4 J-4
H-5 SE-5 CO-5 J-5
H-6 SE-6 CO-6 J-6
H-7 SE-7 CO-7 J-7
H-8 SE-8 CO-8 J-8
H-9 SE-9 CO-9 J-9
H-10 SE-10 CO-10 J-10
H-11 SE-11 CO-11 J-11
H-12 SE-12 CO-12 J-12
H-13 SE-13 CO-13 J-13
H-14 SE-14 CO-14 J-14
H-15 SE-15 CO-15 J-15
H-16
H-17
STATUS
Sedentary with some wintering and vagrant birds. 

ABUNDANCE
Very scarce (8-9 pairs).

HABITAT
A rock-nester that needs cliffs and crags of a certain size for nesting, normally coinciding with Griffon Vulture breeding colonies. Non breeders might turn up around cliffs and crags or in wide open spaces.

SEASONAL BEHAVIOUR
Territorial birds usually remain all year around their breeding sites. These apart, Peregrines are also detected in other non-breeding zones, especially from October to March. 

DISTRIBUTION
All breeding pairs are in the eastern area (8 pairs in Ja茅n and 0-1 pairs in C贸rdoba). Adult birds and even pairs have been spotted in other areas of those provinces and of Huelva, without proven breeding as yet.