Citations and Permissions
1)Silverstein, V., Silverstein, R., Silverstein, A. The Peregrine Falcon The Millbrook Press Inc. 1995
2)Woodward, J. Endangered Hawks and Falcons Benchmark Books.1997
3)Terres, J., K. The Audubon Society Encyclopedia of North American Birds Wings Books. 1991
4)Snyder, N,. H,. Birds of Prey, of North American Raptors Voyager Press. 1991
5)Know Your Birds of Prey; Birds of prey, Volume Two, Axia Interactive Multimedia CD Rom, Wayne Campell, Senior Editor
6)America's Endangered Birds, Programs and People Working to Save them By-Robert M. McClung
7)Gopnik, A., Power and The Parrot The New Yorker, February 5, 2001
8)Saul, F., Metlife City Peregrines A Ten-Year Saga of New York City Falcons, Hancock House, 1994.
6)The Peregrine Fund http://www.peregrinefund.org
1)The Raptor Trust, 1390 White Bridge Road, Millington, New Jersey
1)The Raptor Trust (verbal permission to photograph peregrines and facility from Dr. Len Soucy, President)
2)Animated gifs of hatching bird and blue bird flying are complements of Harry the Cat's gif Archive, used by posted policy.
3)Photographs supplied by Mr. Scott Wright used by permission via email: Male and Female falcons (Buckeye and Clearpath) young eyas on home page, older chick.
4)The Peregrine Fund supplied photographs of scientist spoon feeding chick, and the peregrine mother with chicks. Email permission.
5)The New York City Department of Environmental Protection provided photo of Chris Nadareski and an eyas. Verbal Permission.
6)Photos of Peregrine Falcon flying over the George Washington Bridge between NYC and New Jersey taken by Zoran Georgievski, used by verbal permission.
7)Sony Mavica Digital camera on loan from Mrs. Alperstein, balance of photographs taken by Alyssa and Moriah.
1)Ms. Jen Uscher, Writer/Researcher, Bird Watcher, Graduate Student, Columbia University, NYC
2)Helen, volunteer, The Raptor Trust, Millington, NJ
3)Mr. Steve Zalloughi, Consolidated Edison, Environmental Field Manager, Subject Matter Expert, NYC
4)Mr. Scott Wright, Ohio Division-Of-Wildlife Peregrine Nest monitor (Volunteer), N. Olmsted, Ohio
5)Ms. Cara Huffman, Raptor Rehabilitator
6)Mr. Chris Nadareski, Wildlife Biologist, Peregrine Falcon Expert, Department of Environmental Protection New York City
7)Ms. Ruth Taylor, Volunteer Peregrine Breeding Project Coordinator, Seattle, Washington
8)Ms. Kim Middleton, Educator, Peregrine Fund
1)Ms. Stacie Connors: Drawing of Peregrine Falcon on Homepage.
2)Corel Gallery: used according to fair policy, (Pigeon and drum illustrations on DDT page)
3)Harry the Cat's animated gif pages, used according to posted policy: earth with hearts, dove, tired bird, chick hatching, book with feather quill, cat on chalkboard. http://www.harrythecat.com
4)http://www.gifs.net/animated: girl curtsying from the thanks page. Used according to posted policy.
5)Cracking egg on DDT page and small chick are from "http://www.usa.venus.co.uk", used according to posted policy.
6)Bird waving goodbye on Endangered page from http://www.jellybean/011birds.htm, used according to posted policy.
7)Small yellow bird from http://www.animate.netpegs.com, used according to posted policy.
8)Linebirdfly gif used according to fair use policy. http://birding.about.com/library/blaphaclipart.htm
9)Birdbrains.gif used according to fair use policy. ftp://ftp.leonardcomputers.com
10)Stickgirl, Thinking cap, and girlcomputer gifs used according to fair use policy. http://www.Discoveryschool.com
11)Birdline gifs used according to fair use policy. http://www.artbycheryl.com/birds_02.htm
12)Birdbed gif used according to fair use policy. http://www.barrysclipart.com
13)Flybird gif used according to fair use policy. http://www.clip-art-center.com
14)Teacher gif is from the animation factory, and is used according to posted policy. http://animfactory.com