Birds of prey are the predators of the sky. Whether stooping from high altitudes at phenominal speeds or silently moving through the trees, these unique animals capture our imagination and claim our admiration. Each species is specially adapted to hunting in their own particular ecological niche. Their bodies and senses have evolved to be fit for one purpose - predation.
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Anonymous asked: What is your favourite species of bird of prey??
That’s a tough question! I have soft spots for so many. Of the species I have worked with, I have a ton of favourites. Harris hawk, European kestrel, Chilean blue eagle, Bald eagle, and Turkey vulture - to name a few! Those birds I could happily work and fly all day and never get bored. They’re all awesome, and I love them dearly, but they’re not my all-time favourite species.
That just has to be the Lammergeier. How can anyone not be amazed by them?