Peregrine Falcon habitat
 
Peregrine Falcons live in a wide variety of landscapes and vegetation types on all continents with the exception of Antarctica and New Zealand.
 
Peregrine Falcons prefer a ledge or cave on a cliff face as a nest site. Cliff edges provide safe locations and excellent vantage points to watch for prey. Now, Peregrines also nest on artificial 'cliffs' created by window ledges on high-rise buildings or other man-made structures in an urban environment.
 
Research has shown that in industrial sites, installing nest boxes can dramatically increase the hatching success rate as well as moving the Peregrines to a safer location. Alcoa Anglesea is a perfect example going from failure to 100% hatching success with the installation of a nest box.



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