Articles by Tim Gallagher
Is It Really Time to Write the Ivory-billed Woodpecker’s Epitaph?
October 12, 2021 — The government’s pending plan to declare the bird extinct comes too soon and ignores recent compelling evidence, writes Tim Gallagher, a bird expert who believes he saw an Ivory-bill in 2004.
Peregrine Falcons Finally Return to Nest at Their Most Famous U.S. Eyrie
September 03, 2020 — After a 74-year absence, this summer a pair of Peregrines raised three chicks at New York's Taughannock Gorge—a hallowed destination for birders and the site of the falcon's first reintroduction attempt.
Listen to Tom Cade Recall Key Moments in the Effort to Save the Peregrine Falcon
March 15, 2019 — Cade, who died in February, founded the Peregrine Fund and was pivotal to the re-establishment of the species in the United States.
Remembering Tom Cade, the Father of Peregrine Falcon Conservation
February 26, 2019 — Cade founded The Peregrine Fund and led the effort to save the raptor after its American population plummeted from DDT. Fellow falconer and friend Tim Gallagher looks back on his legacy.