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Operational break-even was achieved by December 2002, and Peregrine exceeded the revenue target in the six-month period ending March 31, 2003 by 116 percent, while exceeding the earnings target by 140 percent.
Peregrine is offering a commercially viable alternative to traditional adapter offerings and is supported by its related successes in its OEM program.
Peregrine Fund founder Tom Cade estimates there are now probably 150 urban peregrine pairs.
But the falcon's success is due mostly to the Peregrine Fund, a breeding project originated in 1970 by Tom Cade, a former professor of ornithology (bird science) at Cornell University.
Peregrine White's President Harold Anthony Gleason will be an Executive Vice President at Koll Leasing Services and assume senior operational responsibilities within the organization.