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FOR CHICAGO AREA ONLY – INFORMATION IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: If you find a peregrine on the ground, Mary Hennen has put up some emergency contact numbers for the Chicago region. You can find some good information about what to do and the numbers HERE.

For those of you not from the Chicago region, the information on what to do when you find a downed peregrine is still valuable, even if the numbers are not. It is highly probable your own area has monitors. My suggestion would be to try wildlife rescue organizations or rehabbers, Animal Control and/or any zoo or natural history museum type place in the area.

LINKS TO PEREGRINE INFORMATION

LINKS TO OTHER FALCON JOURNALS

  • Evanston Library – (Illinois) The Evanston falcons have their own Facebook page.
  • Columbus Peregrine Falcon Blog – (Ohio) A falcon nest on the Rhodes State Office Tower.
  • Indianapolis Falcon Blog – (Indiana) A falcon nest on the Market Tower building.
  • Macomb County Peregrine Falcons – (Michigan) A falcon nest on the Macomb County Building

  • Rochester Falcon Blog – (New York) Mostly a falcon nest on the Kodak Building, but also lots of other birding info. This is, by far, my favorite journal to read. Not only does Jim have a great sense of humor, but he manages to capture spectacular moments with his camera. This one just can NOT be missed.

LINKS TO FALCON WEBCAMS

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