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Close up of adult male Peregrine Falcon Canvas Art - John Hyde Design Pics x

The Peregrine Falcon:  The fastest diving bird; photographed here, tucked into a dive that will last seconds... Due to its great height and reach around 389 km/h (conversion 389 km/h = 241.71339 mph!)

Peregrine Falcon - fastest diving bird- watched him doing loops and dives against the canyon wall-impressive!

Peregrine Falcon, known as the fastest bird, attaining up to 200 mph in a stoop or dive...

Peregrine Falcon - Willowbrook Wildlife Center performs rehabilitation on injured wildlife with a goal to release them back into the wild.

Peregrine Falcon. Raptors have always been near me since I was a little girl. As close to a totem animal as I have.

Peregrine Falcon - can power dive up to one of the fastest birds in the world.

Exhibit A. [internal dialogue] Well, that just looks stupid. AS IF there's a royal-blue-and-orange raptor. This looks quite a lot like a Peregrine falcon. I wonder if the original picture will be easy to find... [searching] Dum-de-dum-de-dum... Ha! Got it! Next slide, please.

a Peregrine falcon. I wonder if the original picture will be easy to find. Next slide, please.

Peregrine Falcon - Falco pellegrino. exquisite portrait

Thought maybe I saw you from a distance today, Mark. I hope you'll come and find me and come close enough for me to see your face so I can hug you and tell you how happy I am to see you!

Peregrine falcon. Fastest animal known to man. Measured to dive bomb prey and fly as fast as 242 miles per hour.

Java, the peregrine falcon, the fastest animal known to man. It has been measured to dive bomb prey and fly as fast as 242 miles per hour.

Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus) by Ian n. White, via Flickr

Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus) world wide bird of prey, found from the Arctic tundra to the Tropics.

Peregrine Falcon

Peregrine Falcons are once again starting to claim their territory on Ohio's tall skyscrapers. These falcons have made a comeback in Ohio and nest in all major cities across the state.