Rivers that were known to support peregrine were selected. Information used included the location of known nest sites and information collected at local knowledge workshops in Dawson City and Whitehorse. Waterbodies included: the Yukon River, a large portion of the Sixty Mile River, the White River, the Forty Mile River, the Indian River, and the portion of the Klondike River from Dawson to the Dempster cut-off.
Government of Yukon. 2012. Peregrine Habitat Suitability Model. Fish and Wildlife Branch, Department of Environment. Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada.