Raptors, the Sky Masters

Eagles, hawks and falcons: From their awesome aeronautics to their precise predatory instincts, these birds are the pinnacle of flight.



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The gyrfalcon is the largest North American falcon, and lives in the Far North and Alaska.
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Red-tailed hawk
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Harris’s hawks hunt cooperatively, in family groups. 
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The beak of a Cooper’s hawk. Note the downward curve of the beak that’s reminiscent of a scimitar.
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A juvenile peregrine falcon. Since the early 1960s, the peregrine has rebounded from near-extinction.
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The golden eagle, which ranges from Alaska to Mexico.
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The feather of a Cooper’s hawk.
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The American kestrel nests in tree cavities and is the most common falcon in the United States.
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The bald eagle can have a wingspan of up to 7 feet.
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