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A mottled grey bird feeding its young.

... due to pesticide control and to programs of rearing falcons in captivity and releasing them, Peregrine falcona have returned to nest along the Delaware. While urban peregrines may favor railroad bridges and tall buildings to nest, country peregrines use a scrape in a cliff to lay their eggs. More...