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v. per·e·gri·nat·ed, per·e·gri·nat·ing, per·e·gri·nates
To journey or travel from place to place, especially on foot.
To travel through or over; traverse.

[Latin peregrīnārī, peregrīnāt-, from peregrīnus, foreigner; see peregrine.]

per′e·gri·na′tion n.
per′e·gri·na′tor n.
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There are five types of most trafficked birds of prey - saker falcon (falco cherrug), shaheen falcon (falco peregrinus peregrinator), laggar falcon (falco jugger), peregrine falcon (falco peregrinus) and golden eagle (aquila chrysaetos).
The falcon species studied were: gyr falcon (Falco rusticolus), peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus), gyr X peregrine hybrid falcon (F rusticolus X F peregrinus), saker falcon (Falco cherrug), gyr X saker hybrid falcons (F rusticolus X F cherrug), Eurasian kestrel, rednapped shaheen (Falco pelegrinoides babylonicus), black shaheen (Falco peregrinus peregrinator), lanner falcon (Falco biarmicus), American kestrel (Falco sparverius), and Eurasian hobby falcon (Falco subbuteo).
Gioacchino himself cites a sentence which shows that the allegedly heedless peregrinator possessed a degree of prescience shared by very few others.
Thus, I would disagree with Jorge Marban who considers both protagonists, but especially the actress, unchanged by their peregrinator's experience.