Peregrine Cameras

You might notice fewer live streams this year. Unfortunately, due to complications caused by the global pandemic, we are only able to access and prepare three cameras. Don’t worry, we will keep you updated on the other peregrine families as information becomes available! Thanks for your understanding.

As the fastest creature in our animal kingdom, the peregrine falcon is able to fearlessly dive for its prey at over 322 km/hour.

If you want to get an up-close glimpse into their lives, you’re in exactly the right spot. Cameras are set up in different locations in Edmonton, equipped with HD night vision. That means you’ll have the chance to see falcons fighting for mates, preying on pigeons, and raising their young.

Species at Risk

Although the peregrine falcon and the ferruginous hawk get a lot of attention because they are obviously excessively cool, there are many other interesting species that are considered to be Species at Risk. Why not learn about them? For example, the greater sage grouse is a very unique looking upland bird and there are very few left in Alberta. Also check out some of the bat conservation initiatives in Alberta.

Want to see more? Check out these Species at Risk Conservation Stories, or find more Species at Risk publications and resources.

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