Please Note: This gallery is not an official gallery operated by, or representing The Peregrine Fund. Allow me to explain. My move to Idaho in 2010 was the beginning of my experience as a wildlife photographer. Since then I have sought out interesting wildlife of all types to photograph. Over time I have gravitated to spending more time with birds than other wildlife. And, among the many species of birds, I started spending more time seeking out raptors. Eagles, hawks, falcons, vultures and osprey. They fascinate me. Turns out the world headquarters for The Peregrine Fund is located in Boise, near my home. In addition to facilities for breeding endangered species of raptors, The Peregrine Fund also operates facilities, The World Center For Birds of Prey, that are open to the public year round. I started visiting regularly, got to know some of the staff, and gave them copies of my early images to show my appreciation. The relationship grew and I am now an official volunteer that takes pictures. Over the years I have accumulated tens of thousands of images of various Peregrine Fund projects. I expect you to look at them all! Okay not ALL. Because I have spent so much time, and created so many images, I decided to should curate a group of galleries to share that work. Yes, I am proud of it.