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Backlands Spring Migration: Peregrine Falcon

The Purcell’s Cove Backlands are a “Flyway Corridor” for raptors and many other migrating birds, coming back to the Williams Lake area. During the 2020 spring migration, Fulton Lavender and Martha R. Leary, bird watching enthusiasts, recorded 2 Peregrine Falcons, a Golden Eagle, 5 Bald Eagles, a Rough Legged Hawk and a wayward Eurasian Kestrel. Get out into the Backlands for this year’s spectacular springtime migration.
-Cathy Vaughan

For more Information on the Peregrine Falcon visit the All About Birds website, www.allaboutbirds.org, at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.


Credits:
Backlands Coalition – Birds and Trees Inventory
Fulton Lavender, bird expert, consultant
Martha R. Leary, inventory recorder, bird enthusiast


[For more information on birds of the Williams Lake/Purcell’s Cove Backlands
see the Birding and Trees Study, 2020]

Backlands Spring Migration: Peregrine Falcon