In excess of one hundred Peregrines are kept for breeding, the majority of which are imprinted females, although we prioritise these females for the production of Gyr-Peregrines, once the Gyrkin’s stop producing semen the last few eggs are inseminated with pure Peregrine semen from our three voluntary producing males.
Several natural pairs produce each season, so we are able to supply un-related falcons without any problem. In the past, we have kept numerous sub-species of Peregrines, but now are choice is to only keep P. Peregrinus. Many diverse bloodlines are represented with individuals showing a wide range of colour, size and shape.
We do keep a pair of dark F.p. Cassini’s.