Breeding > Bred species
The Lanner Falcon (Falco biarmicus) lives in Africa, in the Arabian Peninsula,
in Asia Minor, in Italy and in the Balkans. It can’t be found in Central Europe.
The Lanner we reproduce are feldegg subspecies, an endangered species you’ll rarely get to see both in nature and in captivity. As a matter of fact the 52% of the world’s population lives in Italy and it’s made up of some 121-140 breeding pairs.
The Lanner one is a very smart and determined falcon. Its weight varies from 700-730 grammes (males) to 900-1000 grammes (females).