The Peregrine Fund works to conserve birds of prey worldwide.
The Peregrine Fund was founded in 1970 to restore the Peregrine Falcon, which was removed from the U.S. Endangered Species List in 1999. That success encouraged the organization to expand its focus and apply its experience and understanding to raptor conservation efforts on behalf of more than 100 species in 65 countries worldwide, including the California Condor and Aplomado Falcon in the United States.
The Peregrine Fund’s bold plan for the future: Drawing on past lessons and successes, our vision for the coming decades applies our expertise to emerging and accelerating conservation problems faced by raptors and communities around the globe. It is ambitious, specific, unifying, inspirational, measurable, and—most importantly—empowering to the people and communities who bring it to life.
* Prevent raptor extinctions
* Protect areas of high raptor conservation value
* Address landscape-level threats impacting multiple species
* Inspire people to value raptors and...