Peregrine falcons have been sited all over the world, but they prefer to live in coastal areas. The only continent they don’t live on is Antarctica. They like to nest in skyscrapers, water towers, cliffs, etc. You will likely see them in cities on the east and west coasts, but they don’t live in cities exclusively. The map below best shows the range of the peregrine falcon in the world. The one at the bottom shows where they typically live in the Americas.
They can live anywhere, really. They are present on every continent except Antarctica. They can survive in a number of different habitats, including cities where they sometimes nest on the ledges of skyscrapers.
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