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identifying wild babies
Note the hooked beak and coins used for scale. common nighthawk The wide mouth is for catching insects. The ...
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Everglades Florida Birds and Wildlife
Wildlife Osprey (Pandion haliactus) Family - Pandioninae Identification - White cap, chin, throat, breast, belly; hooked beak Food - Usually preys on fish in shallow water Nest - commonly found on channel markers ... water Purple Gallinule (Porphyrula martinica) Family - Rallidae Identification - Breast and head purple in color. Beak is red with yellow on tip. Legs are long and yellow, often found ...
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Peregrine Falcon - WDNR
Large, strong feet and a powerful, hooked beak enable the peregrine to carry and eat its prey. Peregrines ... to the adult, but has brown upperparts, a heavily streaked breast and a blue-gray beak, legs and feet. Food Peregrine falcons eat small to medium-sized birds. They were formerly ...
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The Hawk Conservancy Trust - The Birds
Birds Although it looks somewhat like a Stork, the Secretary Bird has an eagle-like, hooked beak and is a true bird of prey. It is a completely unique species, unrelated to ...
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Information about Raptors - Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota
All raptors share at least three main characteristics: Keen eyesight Eight sharp talons A hooked beak There are approximately 482 species of raptor worldwide, 304 diurnal (day-active) species and 178 ...
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Information about Raptors - Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota
All raptors share at least three main characteristics: Keen eyesight Eight sharp talons A hooked beak There are approximately 482 species of raptor worldwide, 304 diurnal (day-active) species and 178 ...
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EEK! - Critter Corner - Peregrine Falcon
Delisted on August 20, 1999! What bird wears a black cap, has sideburns, a blue beak, yellow feet and can fly over 200 miles per hour? This sounds like a bird ... eyes are dark brown with a yellow eye ring, and they have a slate-blue hooked beak. Watch for the yellow legs and strong feet, used to scoop small or medium-sized ...
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Raptor's Roost!
Most raptors have a hooked beak for tearing meat and talons for killing their prey. Of the 53 species of raptors ...
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National Geographic Coloring Book: Barn Owl Picture
The barn owl’s hooked beak helps the bird tear meat (lower right). Parents: Check out our video GeoKids: Flying, Trying ...
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National Geographic Coloring Book: Golden Eagle Picture
Eagles The fast-flying golden eagle swoops down to catch rabbits and foxes. A sharp, hooked beak (lower left) and sharp talons (lower right) help the eagle grasp and tear apart prey ...
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