To mark our 5 year anniversary we’re excited to announce our plans to publish a book documenting the first five years of the Woking Peregrine Project, capturing the Peregrines through every stage of their development.

The Woking Peregrine Project – The First Five Years

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Foreword by Richard Taylor Jones

We’re very fortunate to have the foreword written by BBC Wildlife Cameraman Richard Taylor Jones. Richard has his place in the story of the Woking Peregrine Project when he came to film the peregrines for The One Show. In the foreword he shares his personal fascination with peregrines and gives us the back story on how these wonderful birds have adapted to, and thrived in, the urban environment.

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We need your help!

We hope to produce an initial run of 500 copies, containing 80 pages of stunning photography, beautifully litho printed on 170gsm satin paper and case bound. We need your support to make this happen, so if you would like to purchase a copy please fill out the form below and we’ll keep you notified of future developments.

Our plan is to make a donation to Wildlife Aid, who took in our injured Peregrine in 2018 and nursed it back to health. Any remaining profits will be ploughed back into the Woking Peregrine Project.

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About Wildlife Aid

The Wildlife Aid Foundation is dedicated to the rescue, care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wild animals. Established in 1980, the charity’s veterinary wildlife hospital in Leatherhead, Surrey deals with more than 20,000 wildlife emergencies every year. Our dedicated aim is to return every patient to the wild once they have recovered. The Foundation’s work was the focus of the popular TV series Wildlife SOS on Discovery Channel’s ‘Animal Planet‘ and has now moved onto (You Tube). The founder of the Foundation is the environmental broadcaster and campaigner Simon Cowell MBE.