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Birds of Prey

Birds of Prey

Introduction

Use the resources on the Birds of Prey student esheet to help you find information about the birds of prey listed on this sheet.


Golden Eagle

Physical characteristics: (wingspan, physical differences between male and female, color, size,
etc.)

 

Nesting sites:

 

Typical diet (prey):

 

Status of species: (Thriving, threatened, or endangered? How do you know?)

 


Other significant physical features or behaviors characteristic of this bird:

 


Great Horned Owl

Physical characteristics: (wingspan, physical differences between male and female, color, size,
etc.)

 

Nesting sites:


Typical diet (prey):


Status of species: (Thriving, threatened, or endangered? How do you know?)


Other significant physical features or behaviors characteristic of this bird:

 


Broad Winged Hawk

Physical characteristics: (wingspan, physical differences between male and female, color, size,
etc.)


Nesting sites:


Typical diet (prey):


Status of species: (Thriving, threatened, or endangered? How do you know?)


Other significant physical features or behaviors characteristic of this bird:

 

Merlin

Physical characteristics: (wingspan, physical differences between male and female, color, size,
etc.)


Nesting sites:


Typical diet (prey):


Status of species: (Thriving, threatened, or endangered? How do you know?)


Other significant physical features or behaviors characteristic of this bird:

 


Peregrine Falcon

Physical characteristics: (wingspan, physical differences between male and female, color, size,
etc.)


Nesting sites:


Typical diet (prey):


Status of species: (Thriving, threatened, or endangered? How do you know?)


Other significant physical features or behaviors characteristic of this bird:



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