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Peregrine Falcon. By Libby. Quick Facts. Wingspan 74-120cm Tail length 13-19cm Body length 34-58cm female weight 0.9-1.5kg Male weight 0.4-0.8kg. Speed. When flying normal speed the falcon can fly up to 50mph.

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quick facts
Quick Facts
  • Wingspan 74-120cm
  • Tail length 13-19cm
  • Body length 34-58cm
  • female weight 0.9-1.5kg
  • Male weight 0.4-0.8kg
speed
Speed
  • When flying normal speed the falcon can fly up to 50mph.
  • When in the movement of catching the prey they can move up to 200mph.
  • They are amazingly fast.
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Diet
  • These astonishing birds eat a balanced diet of different types of bats and lots of other birds; like doves and pigeons.
  • When they dive on their prey they eat it sometimes while they are in the air.
where they live
Where they live
  • Peregrine Falcons live in all continents in the world apart from Antarctica.
  • They nest on ledges and small hollow caves on cliff walls.
did you know
Did you know?
  • Did you know Peregrine Falcons can live up to 15 years old.
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