Canadian Peregrine Foundation

Canadian Peregrine Foundation

Address:250 Merton St, Suite 404
Toronto, ON M4S1B1

Phone:416-481-1233
Fax:416-481-7158
Phone:888-709-3944
Web: www.peregrine-foundation.ca
Established: 1997. Description:Works to facilitate the recovery of Canada's endangered and threatened raptor species. Committed to raising public awareness of environmental issues affecting Canada's endangered and threatened species, and to providing support to projects involving the recovery, restoration, and rehabilitation of Canada's endangered and threatened raptor species. Dues: $30/year.
Publications: Talon Tales (quarterly); free to members.

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The mating pair, identified by the Canadian Peregrine Foundation as Quest, a peregrine falcon born, across Lake Ontario in Rochester, New York and her mate, Kendal, a peregrine born at 18 King St East in Toronto in 2009, have successfully mated for the first time.
Marion Nash, director of the Canadian Peregrine Foundation directs people to their website (www.
This is a very special hatch for the Canadian Peregrine Foundation as Quest is the first satellite tagged bird to produce young," said Ms.
Nash also noted that the Canadian Peregrine Foundation will now set up a fledge watch, to ensure baby Harlequin survives its first few days and its first flights.
Among the guests of honour who attended were Hazel McCallion, Mayor of Mississauga, Patricia Mullin, Ward 2 Councillor, for Mississauga, representatives of the Ministry of Environment of Ontario, Bradley Museum, Canadian Peregrine Foundation, Cement Association of Canada and Cement Americas Magazine.
As part of a research project with the Canadian Peregrine Foundation, one of the female falcons and one of the male falcons were fitted with small satellite telemetry units to allow officials to track the movement of the birds.
The telemetry research study is a cooperative partnership among the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), the Pennsylvania Game Commission and the Canadian Peregrine Foundation.
The use of telemetry is part of a Game Commission research project in cooperation with DEP and the Canadian Peregrine Foundation.
This year, Game Commission officials, as part of a research project with DEP and the Canadian Peregrine Foundation, will attach telemetry units to two of the juvenile birds to allow them to be tracked electronically after leaving the nest.
In addition to the traditional banding of nestlings, which helps researchers identify birds, a new initiative is being sponsored this year by PGC, DEP and the Canadian Peregrine Foundation.

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