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Peregrine

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

A peregrine (foreign) planet is one so situated as to be neither dignified nor exalted, and simultaneously not in aspect with any other planet. A planet so situated in a natal chart indicates a part of the psyche that seems to operate independently from the rest of the native’s personality, and that the native must therefore make a special effort to integrate. The term is seldom used today, except in horary astrology.

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The peregrine can only be considered to be rare in the UK as a consequence of its biology - it requires largish territories with suitable nest sites in which to breed, together with a strong prey-base.
"There is an unseen culture of raptor persecution in the UK, whereby birds like peregrines, ravens and owls are being illegally killed due to a perceived threat to some people's interests.
IT'S 'eyes to the skies', after the Manchester Peregrine Project returned to the city centre for its 13th year - and the RSPB and Manchester council are inviting the public to witness the fastest animal on the planet in action.
The talk will focus on peregrine falcons within the Midlands and their incredible story of survival and recovery, illustrated by images and interesting stories of peregrines and the latest research findings from the UK and beyond.
Because utilization of high-rise buildings and other vertical manmade structures by urban peregrines is well documented, and installing nest boxes to entice successful nesting has been implemented throughout the Upper Midwest (Herbert and Herbert 1965, Caballero et al., 2016), one of the authors met with university officials to request the installation of a nest box on the UT tower.
This paper focuses on the spatial and temporal patterns of migration of peregrines banded as nestlings and adults in West Greenland.
The peregrine falcon, like other species, are territorial and with the onset of the breeding season maybe this was the reason for their confrontation.
The report includes the confirmed poisoning of peregrines and red kites in Conwy, North Wales and Powys, Mid Wales respectively.
The cases includes the confirmed poisoning of peregrines in Conwy and red kites in Powys.
Peregrines are the world's fastest birds and can reach speeds of up to 200mph as they swoop to catch their prey.