Historical Saker data for Macedonia is scarce. During 1930’s-1980’s the species was registered 5 times but only one observation of a single bird during the breeding season (April, 1958). The rest of the records come from non-breeding season. Based on this, Dimovski (1972) states that Saker is only migratory species in Macedonia (Micevski in litt.).
There are 4 certain species records during the 21st. Three of them refer to single birds observations during the breeding season. Additionally there are 4 more Falcon records that authors presume were Sakers but were not positively identified as Saker Falcons. According to the International Action Plan for Saker Falcon (Nagy & Demeter, 2006) 0-3 pairs inhabit Macedonia (data provided by Metodia Velevski).