South West Peregrine

Cornwall & Devon Peregrine Falcon Study Group since 2007


February 2020

Talk for Rame Wildlife Group

South West Peregrine enjoyed presenting their Peregrine talk to the welcoming people of Rame Wildlife Group. The Village Hall in Millbrook was full of keen wildlife people to listen to the groups activities monitoring both coastal and inland Peregrine sites throughout Cornwall and into Devon.

The Rame Wildlife Group

Roger Finnamore talked extensively about the Peregrine the ringing and monitoring activities carried out by the team, along with lots of video clips interactive displays from the Groups Work.

Roger talking about Ringing on the Cornish Cliffs

Luke Curno gave supporting presentations on his Buzzard Study video created as part of his TV and Film Production degree at Plymouth as well as a video on successful Kestrel and Tawny Owl box installations right here in Cornwall.

Luke and his Devonshire Buzzard Video

We would like to thank Rame Wildlife Group for extending an invitation to us and our host Bruce Taggart for helping set up on the evening. The Team can be contacted for similar presentations throughout the year.

Peregrine Decline Cornwall

Significant decline in population of coastal Peregrine Falcons in north-west Cornwall

a paper by SJ Watson and RG Sale

Data collection in Cornwall

to view the Paper please follow the link.

A Paper by SJ Watson and RG Sale



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