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“The Gyrfalcon is two feet long; the Peregrine Falcon of this country twenty inches, which is rather larger than that of Europe.”
“I was able to establish that he had gone aboard the 'Gyrfalcon' when she was about to lift for Luna City and had not left her-so I told the girls that Noisy had had a sudden opportunity to go home again but had left a message with the port captain for each of them-then added more lies to personalize the goodbye he hadn't made.”
“Hunting with a Gyrfalcon might be legal in this state, but would be illegal in that state, etc.”
“The Gyrfalcon funds had about $1.1 billion in combined assets as of late March.”
“For non- birders, the cover of The Peregrine does not show a Peregrine or even a falcon; the cover of The Goshawk shows a Gyrfalcon.”
“Second, the cover uses a detail from Holbein's portrait of Cheseman, of a Gyrfalcon.”
“Probably they diverged from the Peregrine during the Pleistocene glaciations, just as the Gyrfalcon did from the Saker.”
“I am reading the wonderful new monograph The Gyrfalcon .”
“I quote, but without all the references italics mine: There was panic in Sweden in 1999 when an escaped male Gyrfalcon x Peregrine falcon hybrid from Denmark paired with a native Peregrine female in Bohuslan, the male identified by its leg ring.”
“**Author of the splendid new monograph The Gyrfalcon.”
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Early in the fall, I watched several hundred eagles riding gyres - higher and higher - as they caught a lift on their migration South. An enquire and unquire of gyre appears called for.
Looking for tweets for Gyrfalcon.