Empowering the next generation

With our 52nd year winding down, we asked who are we preparing to continue our conservation legacy in year 53 and beyond? The Peregrine Fund staff answered with everyday stories of how we pass it on (above).  How do you pass it on? 

Our Story

A black and white photo shows a man on cliff ledge attempting to approach a Peregrine Falcon for monitoring


The Peregrine Fund was founded in 1970 to restore the Peregrine Falcon from the brink of extinction. Learn about the first 50 years of conservation successes.

The Peregrine Fund's Strategic Plan logo. A silhouette of an eagle contains the words, Conserve Raptors, A circle contains the words, Cultivate Excellence. A handprint  contains the words, Engage People. A box contains the words, To Change The Future


The Peregrine Fund has an exciting new strategic plan to move us forward into the next 50 years of raptor conservation. Read about our exciting mission and vision for the future!

Hernan Vargas holds an Andean Condor prior to release


Our biologists are always up to exciting things! Whether it's discovering a new species or building a partnership with a new community, read about what is new in the world of raptor conservation.

Saving raptor species is our mission… and with the support of remarkable people, we're succeeding.

A group of The Peregrine Fund's staff and students at an Raptor Research Foundation meeting in South Africa


The Peregrine Fund is its people. We are fortunate to employ people around the world. From our team of biologists in Madagascar, to our administrative headquarters in Boise, Idaho, and everywhere in between, our employees are passionate about raptor conservation and work tirelessly to save birds of prey.

A small group of The Peregrine Fund's Board of Directors

Board of Directors

The Peregrine Fund is governed by a multi-national Board of exceptional women and men who have helped to guide The Peregrine Fund to become the successful conservation organization it is today. We are fortunate to have a Board that is as passionate as we are about saving species!

Biologist Dr. David Anderson rappels down a cliff in Alaska with a Gyrfalcon nestling.


Working for The Peregrine Fund means joining a focused and passionate group of people who want to make a difference in the world. Whether your expertise is in rock climbing, research, nonprofit administration, or conservation education, you could be our next new teammate! Check here for job postings throughout the year.