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In Photos: Birds of Prey

Credit: George Gentry | U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Birds of prey, including hawks, falcons, owls and eagles, such as the bald eagle above, are also known as raptors because they use their claws…Read More »









instead of their beaks to capture prey. They are meat-eaters with keen eyesight, easily able to spot small prey as they soar through the sky.   Less «
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