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SCPBRG's Featured Links:

Raptor-Gallery.com Photographs of downtown San Francisco Peregrine Falcons (and more) by Glenn Nevill.

http://nickdunlopphoto.smugmug.com/ Extraordinary raptor photography by Nick Dunlop

San Jose Peregrines Wiki Wiki site for the San Jose City Hall Peregrine Falcons.

Celebrating the Return of the Peregrine Falcon. A video of a lecture by Glenn Stewart on Celebrating the Return of the Peregrine Falcon, given Sunday, March 21, 2010, at the Seymour Center as part of the Science Sunday Lecture Series.


Raptor Research:

National Geographic Terminal Velocity

Golden Gate Raptor Observatory - Studying raptor migrations along the Pacific coast.

Ventana Wilderness Sanctuary - California condor reintroduction, and avian research.  

The Peregrine Fund - Includes information on condors, raptor breeding, and tropical raptors.

The Raptor Center - Raptor rehabilitation at the University of Minnesota.

Sutton Research Center - George Miksch Sutton Avian Research Center, U. of Oklahoma.

HawkWatch International - Monitoring raptor populations along migration routes.


General Raptor Links:

California Raptor Center - At the University of California, Davis.

Carolina Raptor Center - Based in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Falcon Research Group - Seattle peregrine project.

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary - 65 years of raptor conservation.

Peregrine Falcons of Morro Rock - Excellent web site on one California nest by Judy Sullivan.

Peregrine Foundation (Canada) - Includes popular webcam.

The Access Fund - Information about seasonal climbing restrictions to protect nesting raptors.


Satellite Telemetry Information:

Argos Inc. - Global Data Telemetry and Geo-positioning Services


General Birding Links:

Cornell Lab of Ornithology

National Audubon Society

Patuxent's Bird Banding Laboratory

Santa Cruz Bird Club

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