Falcons are swift fliers, and chase down their prey. Each pair needs a hunting territory large enough to feed themselves and their young. The territory can vary from 9 square kilometres in open country, to 75 square kilometres in dense forest where prey is harder to find. They defend their area from other falcons.
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Photograph by Jason Searle
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