A bird of prey is a medium or large bird with a hooking beak, strong sharp claws, excellent vision and hearing, it hunts small mammals, other birds and insects. Bird birds have been serving a person for more than 10,000 years, and Genghis Khan used them for entertainment and hunting.
Predators in flight are an amazing sight, birds take off and soar high in the sky, fall with a stone down with amazing accuracy, catch their prey in the sky or on Earth.
Many species of bird birds almost completely disappeared. Thanks to the efforts of ornithologists, the population of predatory birds is gradually reviving.
Bearded man (lamb)
Garpy South American
Other species of birds of prey
Swamp Moon (reed)
The steppe moon
Bird is a secretary
The family of birds of prey lives in forests and near farmland, in cities and the sidelines of highways, soar over houses and gardens in search of food. Bird birds catch food using paws instead of beaks, unlike most other birds.
Birds are divided into several families, including: kanyuki and hawks, falcons, vultures, eagles, owls and skops. Most predators mines food during the day, some owls lead a night lifestyle and hunt after the onset of dark. Predators feed on small mammals, reptiles, insects, fish, birds and mollusks. The vultures of the old and the New World prefer carrion.