The peregrine falcon returned to Møns Klint
At Møns Klint, if you are lucky, you may spot the world's fastest animal, the peregrine falcon. It lives exclusively on the birds it catches in the air, especially doves and starlings. The falcon hunts its prey at speeds of up to 180 km/h and hits it with great force. However, its nosedive is what makes it one of a kind. When diving, the peregrine falcon reaches speeds of about 390 km/h. No other animal can do that.
The peregrine falcon was not seen in Denmark for more than 30 years; however, it is now breeding again at Møns Klint and in a few other locations. It nests in natural caves or on outcrops on the steep chalk cliffs. Ask GeoCenter Møns Klint, where you may most easily observe the bird.