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Description Range map for Falco peregrinus (including F. (p.) pelegrinoides)
   Breeding summer visitor
   Breeding resident
   Winter visitor
   Passage visitor
Date 2007
Source self-made; compiled from Handbook of the Birds of the World, Birds of the Western Palearctic, Birds of the Western Palearctic Concise Edition, Atlas of European Breeding Birds, Birds of North America, Birds of China, Birds of Japan, BirdLife International Datasheet.
Author MPF (latest version)

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