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Members say it best

Working to save endangered species isn't always easy, but it helps that members inspire us with their notes, drawings, photos, emails, and social media posts. 

child's drawing of a California Condor
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Here's a sampling of recent feedback from our email inbox:

Thank you for bringing back the peregrine and all the other diurnal and nocturnal raptors and other birds like the Hawaiian Crow(?). Your work is very important for world conservation and peace. Please continue to work with other agencies on habitat and genetics, and a diverse staff and volunteers from the whole world!

Always glad to donate!! I'm 95 now and probably won't be around much longer, but wanted you to know how much I enjoyed visiting with you several times when I was in Idaho. I really admire the work you do.  Thanks a lot.

I am so proud of my (volunteer) association with The Peregrine Fund's mission. I am anxious to get back to my docent work as soon as the Interpretive Center re-opens. Spreading our message to our guests is so important.

We whole handily support The Peregrine Fund World Cnt for Birds of Prey. We donate once a year just before Jan 1st of the new year. Keep up your wonderful work.

Hey everyone, I cannot give at this time, but I am really enjoying my 50th anniversary T-shirt and Patagonia sweater!! I have also really enjoyed the videos on Facebook every day at 2:30. It was so fun to see the birds and so informative to learn about them, their eggs and habitat.  I don't live nearby so it was very fun to see everything. We did get to visit once when our girls were young. Than you so very much for everything that you all do!!

I want to thank you for all the hard work you are doing for the other avian species that have to live with us. Without you, they might not exist.

Thank you for your hard work! We always enjoy our visits to the World Center for Birds of Prey and make sure we introduce our out-of-state friends to it, too!

Congratulations on 50 years. Watched "Beyond the Brink" on Thursday evening. Brought back many memories for I am nearly the last living Boise City Council member who voted YES! to bring Peregrine Fund to Idaho as Morely Nelson desired. What a proud vote. Flying Hawk Ln was already in place: 1983-1984. Proud dedication 36 years ago. 

I wish I had much more money to give, You are ALL amazing!

Thank you all for your hard work helping and saving our birds, but mostly for the birds of prey. I love being able to see so many hawks around. I am so excited to have seen more bald eagles around Payette. Keep up the hard work!

This donation is in honor of my children and grandkids. May the birds soar forever! We give our children wings to fly away - you give it to your chicks! Well done.

Keep up the amazing work that you are doing. If not, we would only have pictures to look at instead of the real thing. God bless!

Special thanks for Munir Virani's hard work!

Thank you all for the fantastic work you are doing. I worked at an animal park in CA in 1995 and it was the best job I ever had.  EVER. I'm so jealous of all of you that get to work and volunteer there. We visited in Nov and "adopted" Lucy--so sad we couldn't bring her home with us tho!:) Please continue to take good care of her and all of the precious birds you have there:) Can't wait to visit again soon!

From Kestrels to Aplomado Falcons to Condors and so much more, thank you for all you do!!! You give me hope and I am so grateful that I get to spend time with these amazing species because of the hard work and dedication of the Peregrine Fund and its family! :)

Thank you for sharing the video. I'm grateful for all you do.

Read the news about the 1,000th California Condor, and it's a very inspiring news, especially now during these trying times. Keep up the amazing work!

Keep up the good work! I love seeing condors at Navajo Bridge and occasionally when hiking on the Paria Plateau. We need them and watching them soar and sit and whatever they like doing. I like to watch!

Have loved birds of prey all my life.  Grateful we are in a position to help.

You're doing a wonderful job and I'm so grateful for your hard work!

Thanks to the work you are doing near Marble Canyon! We met a biologist there, his name was Tom I believe, who introduced our family to these amazing condors! My daughter says she wants to be a biologist now!

We support the Peregrine Fund and all the hard working people who "keep the lights on and the birds fed". Money/Donations are important, but it is the people who make this program what it is today. Thanks for your efforts!!!

I Love everything you do and wish I could give you more.

Keep up the good work and your outreach during this time of crisis.

Thank you so much for supporting and helping these majestic and much-needed birds.

Congrats on No. 1,000! We met you guys in Northern Arizona more than 20 years ago, and watched some birds through one of your telescopes. What a great job you've done! Keep up the good work! Best wishes...

Tom left a wonderful legacy and good example for all of us. He truly cared about how we need to respect our environment and protect all things from harm done by humans. Will never forget seeing those falcons in his barn in Dryden, NY.

Wishing you all success for the 50th anniversary celebration plans.

I ran into one of your biologists at Navajo Bridge on May 29, and was so grateful for her patience answering my questions; I learned so much. I didn't get her name, but want to say thanks!

Bless you for all you have done for all birds of prey especially the CA Condor.

Happy to support the wonderful work you do.