From Canada's most accomplished adventurer and storyteller comes another gripping journey into the vastness of Canada's landscape and history, following the route of the migrating peregrine falcon. In March of 2020, Adam Shoalts set out from his front porch--the first steps of an adventure that will change our sense of the way our everyday lives are connected to the vastness of our small planet. Shoalts portaged his canoe down his driveway to Lake Erie. From there he followed the migrating peregrine falcon all the way to the arctic. His quest meant paddling along the shores of the Great Lakes, then travelling up the Saguenay River, through the forests and into the tundra, and then the Torngat mountains. In his signature style, Shoalts roams as much across time as he does across space, winding his way through a stunning landscape and the sites of battles, shipwrecks, and forgotten trading posts that define our country's history. But more importantly, he shows, mile-by-mile, how even our own driveways are connected to the network of ecosystems that support life around the globe. A work of gripping adventure writing and polished storytelling, and a tale with an unavoidably urgent ecological warning, Where the Falcon Flies is a masterwork of one of Canada's most successful and audacious authors.