The Peregrine Falcon is a cosmopolitan bird of prey.
You could travel almost anywhere on earth ( I wish!) and have a reasonable chance of seeing this majestic raptor.
Locally, there are a number of breeding pairs, including this pair at home in the Muckleford bush. The male Peregrine, known as the tiercel, is much smaller than the female – 600 grams versus 900 grams.
Moments after alighting on the perch (third image below) the tiercel flew a few metres to the left and mated with the female … of course I missed the shot as the event was obscured by the canopy!