Palisades, NJ As the sun rises over the horizon it begins to light up the cliffs of the New Jersey Palisades. A beautiful stretch of land naturally created millions of years ago by glacial ice, which receded over time to create the Hudson River. This wall of rock stands up to 500 feet and stretches for several miles is patrolled and watched over by the Peregrine Falcon, the fastest bird in the world. This sunrise the Peregrine is already waiting for its prey at first light. He watches over his territory waiting for unsuspecting birds passing by while saving as much energy as possible for the right moment to attack. The Flacon depends on precision as it takes all his might, strength, and ability to capture birds in flight. Here it sits in an enlightened position, powerful, ready to pounce on the next, so it can live to survive another day.
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