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Peregrine Falcon at the Eyrie

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"Peregrine Falcon at the Eyrie" by Francis Heatherley is a captivating and informative read that transports readers into the fascinating world of these majestic birds of prey. The author's passion for falcons shines through in his writing, making the book both educational and engaging.

Featuring stunning illustrations and detailed descriptions of the falcon's behavior and habitat, this book provides a comprehensive look at the lives of these remarkable creatures. From their hunting techniques to their migratory patterns, readers will come away with a greater appreciation for the impressive abilities of the peregrine falcon.

Heatherley's writing style is clear and concise, making the information accessible to readers of all ages. Whether you are a seasoned birdwatcher or simply curious about falcons, this book is sure to satisfy your curiosity and leave you with a newfound admiration for these magnificent birds. I highly recommend "Peregrine Falcon at the Eyrie" to anyone interested in learning more about these incredible animals.

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Bird-watching - and photographing - of a particular eyrie during the span of 3 years, where we see the female falcon hunting for food, while the tiercel - the male falcon - stays behind to feed and brood the chicks. A falcon chick is also known as eyas, hence the name eyrie for their nest. The name tiercel comes from the Latin for "third", either because of the belief that one in three eggs hatches a male bird, or from the fact that the male falcon is one third smaller than the female. - Summary by Rapunzelina

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