2023 Peregrine Cameras

University of Alberta

Camera Timeline

2023-05-08: How Peregrines Communicate

Peregrine falcons make various noises for different reasons. One common sound is the "ee-chup." They make this sound when they are communicating with another peregrine. Peregrines often use a softer "ee-chup" with their mate, whereas they often make a louder, more alarming sound for a new peregrine, sometimes an intruder.

MULTISAR = Multiple Species at Risk

MULTISAR works with many partners to conserve Species at Risk in Alberta’s native grasslands through habitat stewardship. Aside from the ferruginous hawks, there are many other at-risk grasslands species that their work helps to conserve, while also providing a host of benefits to landholders. If you or someone you know manages land in Alberta’s grassland, have a look at what they do here.

For further reading, check out Species at Risk Conservation Stories or find more Species at Risk publications and resources.


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