The peregrine falcon became an endangered species in many areas because of the widespread use of certain pesticides, especially DDT. By 1961, there were no successfully nesting peregrines in Pennsylvania. By 1964, there were no nesting falcons in all of North America. How did nature's fastest flyers recover? Find out first hand on this episode with Art McMorris, peregrine falcon coordinator for the PA Game Commission.
Climb to the top of City Hall in Philadelphia to see Art McMorris in action. See what it takes to rescue this species from extinction!