White C.M., Cade. T.J., J.H.Enderson. Peregrine Falcons of the World. Lynx. 2013. 382 p.
In the late 1500s several Spanish conquistadors in Chile were falconers and commented on the various species that could be used for hunting (Ovalle, 1640). They used the name “bahari”, the same name used in Spain for the cliff nesting brookei, in apparent reference to local cassini. They distinguished the “bahhari” as different from pale migrants they called neblies, a name used in Spain to refer to pale migrant calidus that appeared in the autumn (Ovalle 1640, C.Gonzalez and J.Garcia Ubierna, pers. comm.).
Ovalle A. 1640. Historica relacion del reyno de Chile. Rome, Italy.